Can harsh interrogation techniques and torture ever be morally justified for a nation at war or under the threat of imminent attack? This book explores this question. Lauritzne takes on ethical debates about counterterrorism techniques that are increasingly central to US foreign policy and discusses the ramifications for the future of interrogation.Although the legal work of Y00 and Bybee was found to be substandard, Yoo is a tenured professor at the University of California ... Yet the evidence of misconduct is substantial enough to lead us to recall Robert Jay Liftona#39;s observation, quoted in ... For example, barber, hairdresser, embalmer, real estate broker, plumber, and similar occupations would be included in ... News Service website, accessed August 16, 2011, www.courthousenews.com/2011/04/06/Leso%20complaint.pdf.
|Title||:||The Ethics of Interrogation|
|Publisher||:||Georgetown University Press - 2013|