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Coming Home Again: Prisoner Release in Light of the Geneva Convention

By   /  December 3, 2016  /  Featured, International Law, Laws of War / International Humanitarian Law, Torture  /  Comments Off on Coming Home Again: Prisoner Release in Light of the Geneva Convention

By Kara Kozikowski   The face of warfare in the past century has been nothing if not ever evolving. Throughout the past hundred years, armed conflicts have taken a more modern and more irregular form, and the issues that arise from them may not be matters that are easily resolved in the laws of war […]

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Is Waterboarding Torture or Just "Uncomfortable"? Ask the Candidates

By   /  November 29, 2011  /  Trending Topics  /  No Comments

As the days leading up to the Republican nomination in the 2012 presidential election begin to dwindle, the number of Republican debates only continues to rise. While the CNN Republican National Security debate scheduled for Tuesday, November 22 is sure to raise some interesting insights into the candidates’ views on securing our nation, the debate […]

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UK Release of US Interrogation Tactics ‘Not Helpful’

By   /  February 11, 2010  /  Unsorted  /  No Comments

Against the wishes of the British government, a UK Court of Appeals ordered the release of classified US intelligence information on the detention of a terrorism suspect.  Ethiopian-born British resident Binyam Mohamed was captured in Pakistan and interrogated by US intelligence for his suspected involvement in a plot to bomb American apartment buildings.  These charges […]

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