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Should the U.S. Military Receive the Benefit of the Doubt When Investigating Itself for Alleged War Crimes?

The bombing of a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Afghanistan has amplified a long-simmering discussion regarding the ability of the American military to objectively conduct internal investigations into war crimes and, where necessary, to hold individuals accountable.

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