Saturday, October 08, 2005

  • One Code to Rule Them All: "Congress owes it to America, our allies, and our soldiers to set clear standards for the treatment of detainees," by Tom Donnelly & Vance Serchuk. Weekly Standard October 4, 2005.

  • Detainee Abuse Redux, by Dan Darling. Winds of Change. October 6, 2005 08:40 AM.

  • "Thou Shalt Not . . .", by the Mudville Gazzette: "Much will be written about the Senate's passage of a measure codifying standards for the treatment of detainees by the US military. (For a news report on the topic, see the Washington Post story here. For blog coverage see Instapundit here)

    Before this story becomes inevitably convoluted (or "FUBAR", as we say in the military) I thought I'd present a few facts, sans opinion on the issue. As I've noted before on other topics, public discourse should start with an informed public. . . ."

  • From earlier this year . . . Against Rendition: "Why the CIA shouldn't outsource interrogations to countries that torture", by Reuel Marc Gerecht. Weekly Standard May 16, 2005.