Guantánamo Bay Naval Base (Cuba), Human rights -- Government policy -- United States, Prisoners of war -- Cuba -- Guantánamo Bay
With the signing of the Executive Order to close Guantanamo Bay, the need for research has arisen to address the possible solutions. A framework of analysis, built upon various legal factors, is needed to formulate acceptable legal options that coincide with political goals. The difficulty lies in the moral and ethical willingness to pursue these ends. However, only by adhering to the rule of law can the US government effectively close the detention center at Guantanamo and also implement a plan to deal with future incidents regarding possible terrorist suspects.
Faculty Mentor: David Kinsella
"Misguided Men: International Law and the Closing of Guantanamo,"
PSU McNair Scholars Online Journal:
1, Article 10.