The Truth About Real-life 'Rendition'

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Daniel Benjamin talks about the myths of rendition, the process of moving people, most notably, terrorists, from one country to another. A former director for counter-terrorism policy for the National Security Council, Benjamin wrote an opinion piece about rendition for The Washington Post.


Daniel Benjamin, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, and author of The Washington Post editorial, "5 Myths About Rendition (and That New Movie)"



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