December 22, 2004

The Office of Legal Counsel on War and Torture

Phil Carter brings us up to date on some of the latest reports on the Bush administration's sweeping assertions of its powers - where they came from, and the effects they've had on US foreign policy. Carter thinks that John Yoo and the Office of Legal Counsel didn't do an especially good job in advising the president and that their, shall we say, enthusiasm encouraged a decision-making environment that has both hurt US interests and misconstrued American law.

Posted by armand at December 22, 2004 04:32 PM | TrackBack | Posted to Law and the Courts

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