Tragic Choices in the War on Terrorism: Should We Try to Regulate and Control Torture?
Jerome Slater argues that in certain circumstances in the war on terrorism, the coercion or perhaps even the torture of captured terrorists may be both necessary for national security and morally a lesser evil than the preventable mass murder of innocents.
On the Ethics of War and Terrorism, Uwe Steinhoff Reviewed by Jerome Slater
Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid, Jimmy Carter Reviewed by Jerome Slater
Six Days of War: June 1967 and the Making of the Modern Middle East, Michael B. Oren Reviewed by Jerome Slatermore by this author
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