Human Rights Watch just issued a scathing 527 page report in which it details the chief crux of the administration's covert torture practices. The BBC:
"Governments facing human rights pressure from the United States now find it easy to turn the tables," said Mr Roth [executive director of HRW]. "Washington can't very well uphold principles that it violates itself."
The solution they propose, in my opinion, is just the beginning:
The group calls for the Bush administration to set up a fully independent investigative commission, similar to the 9/11 Commission, to look into the Abu Ghraib allegations.