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Guantanamo Bay: countries cannot keep offshoring their security

It doesn’t make us safer; it may not even help us to feel safer

By Nicholas Kitchen  

Protestors outside the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, London, calling for the closure of Guantanamo Bay. © STEVE PARKINS/NEWZULU/PA Images

Read more: A look inside Guantanamo 

With the race to be the next President of the United States in full swing, the current incumbent of that office was this week going through the bucket list from the seven years he has served thus far. Returning to one of the early executive…

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