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July 22, 2014 | NPR · Foreign ministers meeting Tuesday in Brussels are threatening deep sanctions against Russia over the Malaysia Airlines crash. But some nations might hesitate because of their economic ties to Russia.
 
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Military interrogation

Feb 14, 2011 — Matthew Alexander, a pseudonym for the author, was a military interrogator in Iraq who rejected previously used harsh techniques. He writes about how his team hunted down two key al-Qaida operatives in Kill or Capture.
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Dec 4, 2008 — Matthew Alexander (a pseudonym) led the interrogation team that gathered the intelligence necessary to capture terrorist al-Qaeda leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. He says it was his team's subtle techniques — not torture or intimidation — that made them so successful.
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Jun 6, 2007 — Author Tara McKelvey interviewed former prisoners from Abu Ghraib for her book Monstering: Inside America's Policy of Secret Interrogations and Torture in the Terror War McKelvey is senior editor at The American Prospect and a research fellow at the NYU School of Law's Center on Law and Security.
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May 22, 2006 — Alfred W. McCoy's new book, A Question of Torture, chronicles the CIA's development and use of torture since the Cold War. He speaks with Steve Inskeep about the past, present and effectiveness of torture.
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May 11, 2005 — A new book, Inside the Wire, may offer a rare glimpse inside the U.S. detention center at Guantanamo Bay. The book's co-author, former Army sergeant Erik Saar, served at Guantanamo Bay and describes deep flaws in the center's treatment of prisoners.
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May 5, 2005 — Former Army sergeant Erik Saar spent six months at the terrorist detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba as a military intelligence linguist. During that time, he saw female guards use sexual interrogation tactics on detainees as well as other disturbing practices.
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