The Least Bad Options For Guantanamo Bay

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Carol Rosenberg, reporter, Miami Herald
Jennifer Daskal, fellow and adjunct professor, Georgetown University Law School

At the Guantanamo Bay detention center, 166 prisoners remain detained. U.S. officials say nearly a fourth of the captives are on hunger strike, though lawyers for the prisoners say the strike is more widespread. Meanwhile, President Barack Obama has re-declared his desire to close the facility.

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