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Cubaprisoner rightsWednesday, December 17, 2014

John Bradshaw Discusses U.S.-Cuba Prisoner Transfer with Thom Hartmann

December 17, 2014 | Thom Hartmann  In the aftermath of President Obama’s announcement that the United States will begin to reestablish diplomatic relations with Cuba after 53 years, NSN Executive Director John Bradshaw appeared alongside Senior Associate at the Latin America Working Group Mavis Anderson in an interview with Thom Hartmann.  When asked what positive changes could come out of this development, Bradshaw responded that the most positive changes will be for the Cuban people, as well as for the economies of both countries.  Further, he stated that reengagement with Cuba will take away the Castro regime’s ability to blame the U.S. for the nation’s economic woes, which may prompt greater political change in Cuba.  As for the many Republican politicians, particularly of Cuban-American heritage, who have come… Read More ›

CIAtortureThursday, December 11, 2014

Paul Eaton Discusses CIA Torture Report on Newsmax

Maj. Gen. Paul Eaton: Torture Endangers National Security December 11, 2014 | Newsmax “[W]e are not involved in situational ethics … and what we expect our soldiers to do is to obey the law and obey their training,” said Eaton. “We have our values and we will treat prisoners with the appropriate safeguards that we teach our every young soldier going through basic training,” he said, citing the Army’s field manual on intelligence and interrogation of detainees. To see the full interview, click here. Read More ›

CIAtortureWednesday, December 10, 2014

John Bradshaw Addresses Reactions to the CIA Interrogation Report on C-SPAN

Reaction to the CIA Interrogation Report December 10, 2014 | C-SPAN John Bradshaw reacted to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence report detailing the CIA’s detention and interrogation program. Among other topics he discussed what stood out most to him about the report, the timing of the report’s release, and evidence and legal justification for and against calling the program “torture.”     To watch the full interview with C-SPAN host Greta Wodele Brawner, click here.    Read More ›

IraqSunday, November 9, 2014

Paul Eaton Interviewed on the Iraqi Army by The West Block with Tom Clark

Former U.S. commander says the Iraqi army is in crisis By Staff November 9, 2014 | Global News “The Iraqi Army, Tom, is in crisis right now and it’s a political crisis more than anything else,” said retired Maj.-Gen. Paul Eaton, the former U.S. commander who designed and directed operations to train Iraqi troops during Operation Iraqi Freedom. During that conflict the Americans spent $25 billion training Iraqi troops so what will these new trainers be able to do that hasn’t already been done? “The most important component is to give feedback to the U.S. political structure to the Canadian political structure on what the trainers are seeing on the ground, and to allow us to help shape Iraq politically,” Eaton said in an interview… Read More ›

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