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  • Author(s) Sibylle Scheipers
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  • Published25th February 2010
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780199577576
Prisoners in War is an edited volume bringing together contributions by leading scholars from the fields of history, international relations, law, and philosophy. It includes novel research findings on areas such as the crusades, detention and interrogation policies in Northern Ireland, the Chechnya conflict, and the impact of Western detention policies on Al-Qaeda's tactics and narratives. It is a basic read for scholars, practitioners and the generally
interested reader who would like to put the hotly debated topic of detention and prisoners in war into an intellectually sound and well-informed perspective.

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  • Author(s) Sibylle Scheipers
  • Edition
  • Published25th February 2010
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780199577576
Prisoners in War is an edited volume bringing together contributions by leading scholars from the fields of history, international relations, law, and philosophy. It includes novel research findings on areas such as the crusades, detention and interrogation policies in Northern Ireland, the Chechnya conflict, and the impact of Western detention policies on Al-Qaeda's tactics and narratives. It is a basic read for scholars, practitioners and the generally
interested reader who would like to put the hotly debated topic of detention and prisoners in war into an intellectually sound and well-informed perspective.
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