War On Terror
Are we educating doctors to participate in torture?
A recent report has condemned the role that doctors and psychologists played in "enhanced interrogations".
The twilight of counterinsurgency
Winning the hearts and minds of people in an occupied country is a failed tactic. Short, sharp, targeted missions are the way of the future.
The war on terror drones on
The war in Libya has vindicated the use of special operations forces and unmanned planes.
9/11 and the successful war
The US has made some serious errors since 9/11, as happens in every way. But there have been no more successful attacks on American soil and that is what counts.
It feels kinda weird
Take 2: Human dignity was not served by images of jubilant crowds cheering at the news of the death of Osama bin Laden.
Crazy for Osama
Take 1: You've got to have rocks in your head not to rejoice in the death of an unrepentant mass murderer.
Oath Betrayed: doctors in the war on terror
Have American doctors and other health personnel cooperated in the abuse and torture of suspected terrorists? Yes, says medical ethicist Steven Miles in this exclusive interview.
Breaking the spirit
A government's legitimate need to interrogate terror suspects must not be allowed to slide into inhumane torture, argues Marc Zarrouati in this MercatorNet interview.
Truth or consequences
What philosophy can justify the abuse of enemy combatants in Guantanamo Bay? The same one which justifies stem cell research and euthanasia.