Scott Shane on U.S. Interrogation Techniques Journalist Scott Shane writes for The New York Times about terrorism and the CIA's interrogation techniques. His article "Soviet-Style 'Torture' Becomes 'Interrogation'" describes how the United States has adopted interrogation techniques that it decried when they were used by the Soviet Union.
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Scott Shane on U.S. Interrogation Techniques

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Scott Shane on U.S. Interrogation Techniques

Scott Shane on U.S. Interrogation Techniques

Scott Shane on U.S. Interrogation Techniques

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Journalist Scott Shane writes for The New York Times about terrorism and the CIA's interrogation techniques. His article "Soviet-Style 'Torture' Becomes 'Interrogation'" describes how the United States has adopted interrogation techniques that it decried when they were used by the Soviet Union.