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More than a few “bad apples”: American soldiers, the legacy of torture, and the trauma behind it

[Editor’s Note:  In today’s post, we introduce a new feature to our engagingpeace.com blog. Periodically we intend to offer a brief review of a contemporary book that sheds light on issues such as war, torture, terrorism and their aftermaths, as … Continue reading

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