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Title Is torture ever justified? [electronic resource] / Tom Head, book editor.

Imprint Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2005.


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe Gale Opposing Viewpoints Ebooks  Electronic Resource    ---  Available
Series At issue. International politics
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 88-89) and index.
Contents Torture is never justified / Kenneth Roth -- Torture is sometimes justified / Henry Mark Holzer -- Torture should be legalized and regulated / Alan M. Dershowitz -- The U.S. Military need not obey the Geneva Conventions when dealing with suspected terrorists / John Yoo -- The U.S. Military should always obey the Geneva Conventions / Lincoln Caplan -- "Stress and duress" techniques are forms of torture / Tom Malinowski -- "Stress and duress" techniques are legitimate forms of interrogation / Mark Bowden -- The use of torture serves current U.S. Foreign Policy objectives / Glen T. Martin -- The Abu Ghraib Prisoner abuse qualifies as torture / The Medical foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture -- The Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse does not qualify as torture / Ilana Freedman -- The Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse was committed by a few disobedient soldiers / Tammy Bruce -- The Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse was authorized by high-ranking government officials / Eric Boehlert -- The U.S. news media overrated the significance of the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse / Oliver North.
Access Access limited to licensed institutions.
Subject Abu Ghraib Prison.
Political prisoners -- Abuse of.
Military interrogation -- United States.
Terrorism investigation -- United States.
Torture -- Iraq.
Political prisoners -- Abuse of -- Iraq.
Iraq War, 2003-2011 -- Prisoners and prisons, American.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Head, Tom.
ISBN 0737731095 (lib. : alk. paper)
0737731109 (pbk. : alk. paper)

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