Cruse, Virginia
January 2011
Naval War College Review;Winter2011, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p142
Academic Journal
The article discusses U.S. military policies regarding the interrogation of individuals believed to be involved in terrorist or enemy operations. It is noted that many issues related to these policies have become highly contentious political topics, and recommendations for structural changes in the management of interrogation facilities are presented. Some background information on the field of military intelligence is provided, and the day-to-day operations of interrogation centers are discussed. Arguments for a high degree of centralized control are included.


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