The United States' use of torture and harsh interrogation
techniques during the "War on Terror" has sparked fervent debate
among citizens and scholars surrounding the human rights of war
criminals. Does all force qualify as "necessary and appropriate" in
this period of political unrest? Examining Torture brings together
some of the best recent scholarship on the incidence of torture in
a comparative and international context. The contributors to this
volume use both quantitative and qualitative studies to examine the
causes and consequences of torture policies and the resulting
public opinion. Policy makers as well as scholars and those
concerned with human rights will find this collection invaluable.
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