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Prisoners of War and the War on Terror

The United States of America mismanaged detainees during the initial phases of the Global War on Terror (GWOT) because it did not understand its own history. The American administration failed to capitalize on its own lessons learning during the establishment of Prisoner of War (POW) procedures during World War II (WWII), and the legal precedents established in Johnson v. Eisentr?ger (1950). This is important because civil rights groups and others are legally challenging the US Government on its detention policy.

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Blogging and Writing: WWII

I’m starting in on an outline for a paper I will have to write for this course. Here’s the thesis statement: The American mismanagement of detainees during the initial phases of the Global War on Terror was caused by a misunderstanding of its own history. The American administration failed to capitalize on its own lessons learning during the establishment of Prisoner of War (POW) procedures during World War II (WWII), and the legal precedents established in Johnson v. Eisentraeger (1950). I think this is going to be a sexy, sexy paper. I’m not sure if I will post it