Guantnamo Endgame

Authoritarian madness, strategic disaster, a national disgrace: the Bush Administration's Guantánamo experiment has been justly called all these things. Lately, it was condemned by five former Secretaries of State--Colin Powell, Madeleine Albright, Warren Christopher, James Baker and Henry Kissinger (a man whose own extravagant abuses of executive power suggest just how far beyond the pale Guantánamo really is)--as well as the nonpartisan American Bar Association, which expressed grave concern about the possibility of fair trials..


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