NGOs' response to the US approach is noted.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 16, 2018, 4:13 pm ad1c9bdddf
In January 21st, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRD) said that those being held by American forces must be classified as prisoners of war under the Geneva Convention and be entitled to all the protections offered by it. In addition, Amnesty International believes that prisoners captured during the conflict in Afghanistan should be considered prisoners of war. If there is any ...
Status of the Guantanamo Bay prisoners is featured with evidence.
The Birth of Civil Liberties
I have some questions.
1) What does Foner mean by "The Birth of Civil Liberties" in his book? For whom and in what context? I am looking for specific cases, like the Palmer Raids.
2) What are the parallels to the present in terms of civil liberties and crackdowns post 9/11? Where are they and are they constitutionally justified according to any of the Foner parallels?
3) In an example from the not so distant past, how does this play out with debates over the flag burning amendment that failed in the Senate by one vote in 2006?View Full Posting Details