Interrogation, intelligence and security :
controversial British techniques /
|Main Creator:||Newbery, Samantha L.|
Examines the origins and effects of the use of interrogation techniques known as the 'five techniques'. Through its in-depth analysis, the book reveals how British forces came to use such controversial methods in counter-insurgency, counter-terrorism and internal security contexts. This book will be of particualr interest to security professionals, academics and members of the public interested in the torture debate, intelligence, the military, counter-insurgency, counter-terrorism, foreign policy and law enforcement. -- P.  of cover.
Includes bibliographic references.
Physical description: x, 226 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.
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