Interrogation in War and Conflict: A Comparative and by Christopher Andrew,Simona Tobia

By Christopher Andrew,Simona Tobia

This edited quantity deals a comparative and interdisciplinary research of interrogation and wondering in warfare and clash within the 20th century.

Despite the present public curiosity and its army significance, interrogation and wondering in clash continues to be a mostly under-researched topic. This volume’s methodological thrust is to choose ancient case experiences ranging in time from the nice warfare to the conflicts in former Yugoslavia, and together with the second one international conflict, decolonization, the chilly conflict, the ‘Troubles’ in Northern eire and overseas justice situations within the Hague, each one of which increases interdisciplinary matters concerning the position of interrogation. those case-studies have been chosen simply because they resurface formerly unexplored assets at the subject, or revisit identified situations which enable us to examine the position of interrogation and wondering in intelligence, defense and armed forces operations.

Written by means of a bunch of specialists from a number disciplines together with heritage, intelligence, psychology, legislation and human rights, Interrogation in conflict and Conflict presents a learn of the most turning issues in interrogation and wondering in twentieth-century conflicts, over a large geographical sector. the gathering additionally seems to be at matters comparable to the level of using harsh recommendations, the price of interrogation to army intelligence, defense and foreign justice, the advance of interrogation as a separate career in intelligence, in addition to the connection among interrogation and wondering and wider society.

This ebook should be of a lot curiosity to scholars of intelligence stories, strategic stories, counter-terrorism, foreign justice, historical past and IR in general.

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