In spring 2004, the world became aware that terrible abuses had been committed in an American-controlled Iraqi detention facility known as Abu Ghraib prison. This realization raised many questions for the American military mission in Iraq, and threatened to harm America's reputation around the world. This volume explores the controversial issues surrounding the Iraqi prisoner abuse scandal and its effects on the war on terror.
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-- Library Media Connection (January 2003)
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