Intelligence Interviewing: Teaching Papers + Case Studies + Report On

Intelligence Interviewing: Teaching Papers + Case Studies + Report On
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For the past five years, an extraordinary amount of world-wide t has focused on U.S. interrogation activities. However, the United States has made little systematic effort to develop a knowledge base that could underlie effective interrogation policies, practices, and procedures for the future. This book explores non-coercive intelligence interviewing and the arguments to the moral, social, and possible military costs of coercive interrogations, as well as the debates about the possible utilitarian value and limitations of coercive interrogations. This book reflects the view that the United States and other democracies can benefit from exploring and learning more in the area of non-coercive intelligence interviewing.