May 2011
Moderate Voice;5/8/2011, p21
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The article presents the author's insights on the decision of the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama to stop using waterboarding as prisoners' interrogation techniques for homeland security in the country. He believes that the U.S. and international law prohibits the enforcement of torture and asserts that torture is an ineffective technique for interrogation. He also points that torture provides no evidence that it has imparted to any worth while intelligence.


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