The Institutionalization of Torture by the Bush Administration: Is Anyone Responsible?

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The United States has historically been regarded as a moral leader opening the pathway for human rights. The country which for so long has struggled for the establishment of the rule of law - as well as to be a model for other nations in observing it - has, since September11, 2001, committed abhorrent practices of torture, which the US has fought against when committed by others. What seems astonishing is that such practices took place within a climate of significant public indifference, and even with some public support. ...

The Institutionalization of Torture by the Bush Administration: Is Anyone Responsible? 2010, Intersentia

ISBN-13: 9789400000056

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