Essay - Torture Introduction: Torture can be Simply Explained as Mental, Emotional...


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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 towards strengthening their war regimes and tactics which has simultaneously s*****n a substantial increase in the discussions on what form of ***** is allowed and to what extent and purpose ***** it ***** used. The ***** of ********** has become even more significant for government candidates to ***** in their political campaigns since the 9/11 attacks on the US soil and ***** consequent initiation of the War on Terror. In this **********, the main emphasis will lie ***** the impacts of torture as a me*****ns to move ********** with an intelligent war or conflict strategy. Further***** this thesis ***** include ***** of both sides i.e. whether ***** should be used as a ***** t*****ctic or not.

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

John McCain, the 2008 presidential candidate for the US, ***** a war veteran and a survivor of inhum*****ne torture and hence he seems to condone any and all form ***** torture that can or h***** been ***** in t*****e past to extract useful in*****ation. The main logic behind his overlooking the circumstantial importance in his proposal of a 'no *****' law is the "two-way street" approach. He portrays a strong belief th*****t allowing ***** Ameri***** interroga*****rs to use inhumane or personally intrusive measures ***** extract information automatically gives every single enemy ***** theirs to treat American captives in a similar manner. T***** approach ***** logic has been supported by a vast majority of senators and citizens as well, ***** in all fairness, it does make a *****al argument. *****re is no need to make a l*****w with regards situations that are r***** because if a law gives the window ***** use torture pertaining dire circumstances, then like most other criminal laws, the law of 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 on ***** means ***** methods *****d ***** numerous interrogators to extract information claiming that the methodologies are defiant of ***** human and civil rights ***** are pertinent to all *****s irrespective ***** their nationality, race or religion. This concern h***** been, though, voiced globally, has also faced severe criticism from numerous

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