Extraordinary Renditions

The Méndez Principles: Leadership to Transform Interrogation via Science, Law, and Ethics

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Jun 1st, 2021

Two Regional Human Rights Tribunals Forge Ahead Despite Trump’s Attacks on International Institutions

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Aug 25th, 2020

Is Pompeo Unintentionally Helping Out the International Criminal Court?

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Mar 25th, 2020

Int’l Criminal Court’s Afghanistan Decision Expands Prosecutor’s Power: What to Expect Next

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Mar 6th, 2020

Citizens to the UN: Investigate Our “Torture Chambers in the Sky”

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Jun 26th, 2019

What Happened in North Carolina: The State’s Role in U.S. Post-9/11 Rendition and Torture

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Sep 28th, 2018

Enhanced Evasion Techniques

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May 21st, 2018

What the Senate Needs to Ask Gina Haspel

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Apr 17th, 2018

‘I Won’t Torture’ is Not Enough: Question Pompeo on US Rendition Policy

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Apr 11th, 2018

Exporting the Rendition Project: From the U.S. to Central Asia?

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Oct 16th, 2017

Closing the Loop: Sabrina De Sousa Pardoned for Role in CIA Torture and Rendition

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Mar 22nd, 2017

A Look at the Case of the ex-CIA Officer Being Extradited to Italy for Her Role in a 2003 Rendition

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Feb 24th, 2017

Pain Versus Gain

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Jun 20th, 2016

A Return to Torture? Unlikely

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Jun 3rd, 2016

The Latest European Court of Human Rights Ruling on Accountability for Torture

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Mar 9th, 2016

On Human Rights Day, One Year On: No Apology and No Accountability for US Torture

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Dec 10th, 2015

Belhaj v. Straw: UK Supreme Court Hearing Case on UK Complicity in US Rendition and Torture

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Nov 13th, 2015

Not to be Forgotten: The Case of Maher Arar

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Dec 19th, 2014

The Accountability Matrix Widens: Torture, Black Sites and the European Convention

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Jul 29th, 2014

SSCI Report Names Djibouti as Host to CIA “Black Site,” as Case Pends before the African Commission

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May 2nd, 2014

Lithuanian Prosecutors Open Probe into CIA Black Site

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Feb 24th, 2014

The Report of the UK Detainee Inquiry (December 2013)

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Dec 23rd, 2013