Guantanamo - america's war on human rights

ROSE, DAVID

livre guantanamo - america's war on human rights
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DATE DE PARUTION : 22/09/04
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'Camp Delta' at Guantanamo Bay is the most controversial prison in the world. The notorious ill-treatment of prisoners in Iraq is based on practises carried out in secrecy on the 600 detainees in Cuba. David Rose has visited the camp, and interviewed guards, officials,
and medical staff, as well as the commander of the prison. He assesses the quality of 'intelligence' extracted from Afghan farmers and naive footsoldiers and argues that if anything goes in the war against terror, the first thing will be human rights.
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  • Hauteur : 19.70 cm
  • Largeur : 12.60 cm
  • Poids : 0.14 kg

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