Guantanamo, Int'l Law and the War on Terror

Barbara Olshansky at the World Tribunal on Iraq

  • Barbara Olshansky is an attorney with the Center for Constitutional Rights. This piece is drawn from her speech at the World Tribunal on Iraq, which took place from June 23-25, 2005 in Istanbul, Turkey. She covers the range of legal and political measures employed by the U.S. government in the "global war on terror" both within the United States and outside. Including a discussion of anti-immigrant measures, enemy combatant status, detentions around the world, and the treatment of detainees.

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