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Recent wars are the focus of these works: Vietnam, the threat of Atomic wars, the Cold War between super-powers, the Gulf War in 1991, the Balkan wars, wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria. Included also are works about the Comfort Women, Korean women used as sex slaves by the Japanese Army as well as internment camps in the US for Japanese citizens in the Second World War. Works examining civil wars in Lebanon, Guatemala are also considered, as is the conflict between India and Pakistan in Kashmir. This selection is not exhaustive of works by women artists about war and conflicts in recent times; however, most of these works question strongly political and media rhetoric in contrast to the horror and impact of war.