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Reaping What You Sow: A Comparative Examination of Torture Reform in the United States, France, Argentina, and Israel (PSI Reports) Hardcover

ISBN-13: 978-0313366154 ISBN-10: 0313366152

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• Offers a comparative study that looks at torture not only as an American phenomenon, but in light of the practice of other major, Western nation-states

• Compares the tactical value of torture-extracted information to that obtained with relationship-based methods, offering an analysis of value to military and intelligence professionals, as well as to academics

• Prognosticates about the future of torture by examining past legal reforms that aimed to curb or eliminate the practice

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While the use of torture is variously presented either as an aberrant American weapon unleashed in the aftermath of the terror attacks of September 11 or as a necessary tool in the War on Terror, torture has a long history across cultures. Yet, the debate over the morality—and the legality—of the brutal practice flourishes.


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