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Torture can be simply explained as mental, emotional or physical torment and suffering. The thesis will primarily include logical reasons ***** opinions on how the man-induced torture should not be used as a tool of war, barring exceptions or urgencies, and why. This topic of torture is important considering the current inclination of nations and states of the 21st century to*****ds strengthening their war regimes and tactics which h***** simultaneously shown a substantial increase in the discussions on what form of ***** is allowed and to what extent and purpose can it be used. ***** ***** of *****rture has become even more significant for government candidates to include in their political campaigns since the 9/11 attacks ***** ***** US soil and the consequent initiation of ***** War on Terror. In this thesis, the main emphasis ***** lie on the impacts of torture as a me*****ns to move for*****d with an intelligent war or conflict strategy. Furthermore this thesis will include opinions of both sides i.e. whether ***** should be ***** as a w*****r tactic or not.

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***** of the main observations that nobody seems ***** be making is that torture as a tool of war is limited in its range. This ***** means ***** using torture to extract in*****ation is very circumstantial and highly dependent upon ***** gravity of the situation. There are many who ***** disillusioned by the War on Terror and clam that *****rture ***** in no way be a ***** *****cause ***** ***** ***** of inhumane pers*****al intrusion ***** is ***** direct consequence.

John McCain, the 2008 presidential c*****idate for the US, ***** a ***** veter*****n and a survivor of inhum*****ne torture and hence he seems to condone any and all ********** of ***** that can or h***** been used in the past to extract useful information. The main logic behind his overlooking the circumstantial importance in ***** proposal of a 'no *****rture' law is the "two-way street" approach. He portrays a strong belief th*****t allowing ***** American interrogators to use inhumane or personally intrusive measures to extract information automatically gives e***** singl***** enemy of *****s to treat ***** captives in a simil*****r manner. ***** approach and logic has been supported by a vast majority of senators and citizens as well, ***** in all fairness, it does make a ********** argument. There is no need to make a ***** with reg*****rds situations that are rare because if a law gives the window to use torture pertaining dire circumstances, then like most other criminal laws, the law ***** torture can also be manipulated for personal advantages.

***** UN and Council of Europe have shown various concerns since the beginning of the War on Terror ***** the means ***** methods used by numerous interrogators to ***** information claiming that the methodologies are defiant of ***** human and civil rights which are pertinent to all humans irrespective of their nationality, race or religion. This concern h***** *****, though, voiced glob*****y, has ***** faced severe criticism from numerous

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