April 21, 2009
Karen J. Greenberg, one of the world’s leading authorities on torture, interrogation policy, laws of detention, treatment of prisoners of war, and Guantanamo Bay is available for commentary.
Greenberg is the co-editor of The Torture Papers (Cambridge), considered the most important documentation of one nation’s lawlessness ever published. She also has just published, The Least Worst Place: Guantanamo’s First 100 Days, (Oxford).
Greenberg is also founding executive director of NYU School of Law’s Center on Law and Security, a research and policy center that examines security and terrorism at national and international levels.
Possible Issues/Questions Greenberg can address:
To set up an interview, please contact Joan M. Dim, 917.282.8435, firstname.lastname@example.org.
NYU School of Law’s Center on Law and Security (CLS) is a research and policy center that examines security and studies the legal dimensions of security and counterterrorism at national and international levels.The CLS publishes task force reports, terrorist trial report cards, summarizes leading debates in national policy, and serves as an informational resource for policy makers, journalists and the public.
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