This question is related to Why require a stable home country for release from Guantanamo Bay? .
The United States has released some Guantanamo detainees to countries from which they originated. In Australia, this happened to David Hicks. (He spent some some time in jail in Australia, but is now living free)
I have a recollection that some other detainees were released into countries that weren't associated with their place of birth, but that those countries needed some "inducements", and tended to be countries that were very dependent upon the USA.
Have any countries' governments friendly to the USA indicated a willingness to accept Guantanamo detainees?
- On friendly enough terms with the USA that they have no active desire for these detainees to make violent attacks against the US or its allies.
- Willing to do so without any inducements from the US.
- Not wanting the detainees for the purposes of extracting information from them, or at least willing to not abuse their human rights while doing so.