Torture


The bioethics of Australia’s immigration detention policies


The nuts and bolts of CIA torture


US should stop physician participation in detainee force-feeding, say ethicists


Psychologists shaken by report on torture program


Torture: sometimes a man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do, say bioethicists


Psychologists criticised in CIA torture report


Action needed on US doctors’ involvement in torture


Experts slam doctors in War on Terror


Educating pressure resistant medicos


Force-feeding at Guantanamo Bay condemned


Saudi court sentences man to be paralysed as retribution for assault


UN report reframes bioethics as anti-torture ethic


UK doctor struck off for failing to protect Iraqi detainees


The danger of being a doctor in a war zone


Report slams Israeli doctors’ complicity in torture


Bringing doctors who torture to justice


“Somebody’s gotta do it”


Investigate medical complicity in Gitmo torture, say doctors


Is it ethical to use shock treatments for disruptive individuals?


Texas psychologist faces licence loss for designing torture regime

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