Daphne Eviatar

Human Rights First

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Senior counsel at Human Rights First, based in New York; former legal reporter for the Washington Independent, a web-paper on politics and policy published by the Center for Independent Media

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As today's live broadcast begins, President Obama is addressing national security at the National Defense University in Washington.

Guantanamo Bay, Unmanned Drones and the Fight against Terror

As today's live broadcast begins, President Obama is addressing national security at the National Defense University in Washington.

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During the Bush Administration, the CIA referred for possible prosecution about 20 cases of prisoner interrogations so abusive they might have violated the law.

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During the Bush Administration, the CIA referred for possible prosecution about 20 cases of prisoner interrogations so abusive they might have violated the law.

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During the Bush Administration, the CIA referred for possible prosecution about 20 cases of prisoner interrogations so abusive they might have violated the law.

Shedding Light on the Dark Side

During the Bush Administration, the CIA referred for possible prosecution about 20 cases of prisoner interrogations so abusive they might have violated the law.

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