As the debate on torture turns yet another corner with revelations that the CIA destroyed tapes documenting interrogation techniques, a new slate of questions has emerged about what measures are reasonable, and not, in the interest of national security. Like many complex, multifaceted issues, however, the debate about torture seems to be moving away from core concerns, toward questions of policy and procedure. We want to know what you think. Are we failing to see the forest through the trees on the issue of torture? And, what should be our foremost considerations as we consider the way forward?