The third in a series of articles by the Economist was published this week Discussions on the previous two were Torture and Surveillance . Judges and parliamentarians are restraining the zeal of governments who want a free hand to fight terror. The third in our series. HAULED before a military tribunal at the American naval base in GuantÃ¡namo Bay, the detainee, picked up in Afghanistan, asked why he was being held. For associating with a member of al-Qaeda, he was told. Give me his name, the detainee demanded. The tribunal's president said he didn't know it. Nor did any of the tribunal's other members. â€œHow can I respond to this?â€ the detainee cried before being taken back to his cell to continue his detention, perhaps for the rest of his life.