Metin Basoglu's blog on war, torture, and natural disasters

Tag: United States law

Definition of torture in United States law: Does it provide legal cover for “enhanced interrogation techniques”?

Abstract The overly restrictive US definition of torture set forth by the “torture memos” in the early aftermath of 9/11 has been widely criticized for excluding “enhanced interrogation techniques” (EITs) and thereby creating loopholes for impunity. In the light of the US Senate Intelligence Committee Report on CIA’s detention and interrogation program confirming the use… Read More ›

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