Torture, Law, and War: Law and Policy

This panel was recorded on March 1, 2008, as apart of the conference "Torture, Law, and War." How do U.S. and international law regulate torture and coercive interrogation? Are changes needed in these laws? How well do U.S. practices and policies implement its laws?

Torture, Law, and War: Torture in History

What can we learn from history about the function and impact of the use of coercive interrogation techniques? Chair: Robert Gooding-Williams, Political Science, The University of Chicago; Panelists: Kathleen Coleman, Classics, Harvard University; Darius Rejali, Political Science, Reed College; This panel was recorded March 1, 2008 as part of the conference "Torture, Law and War."

Torture, Law, and War: Student Presentations

Recorded February 29, 2008, at the University of Chicago Law School's conference on Torture, Law, and War. Chair: Adam Samaha, Law, The University of Chicago. Panelists: Samuel Brody, Divinity School, The University of Chicago Garrett Ordower, Law, The University of Chicago

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