Military Ethics


Psychologists criticised in CIA torture report

Michael Cook | 14 December 2014 | Comments
tags: 911, human rights, military ethics, torture
Two psychologists contracted by the CIA to create enhanced interrogation techniques for al-Qaeda detainees have come under fire for violating human rights and medical ethics.

Hospitals and medical personnel targeted in Syrian conflict

Michael Cook | 21 September 2013 | Comments
tags: military ethics, protecting doctors, Syria
Civilian medical care for is being targeted in Syria’s civil war.

UK doctor struck off for failing to protect Iraqi detainees

Michael Cook | 07 February 2013 | Comments
tags: military ethics, torture
A British Army doctor was deregistered in the UK in December for failing to treat an Iraqi man who had been tortured by British troops and for failing to protect vulnerable detainees.

Bourne gets enhanced!

Michael Cook | 02 August 2012 | Comments
tags: enhancement, films, military ethics
Hollywood takes a definitive look at genetic enhancement in the latest instalment in the Bourne series, The Bourne Legacy – to be released next week.
 
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