Will the new CIA-Director-to-be revive an EIT program?

The role of the CIA is different from that of the military. It is different from that of the FBI. It only stands to reason that interrogation practices should be shaped to serve their respective needs.

During Senate confirmation hearings for Petraeus, Mark Udall, Democratic Senator for Colorado, broached the subject of interrogations:

In the vast majority of cases, Petraeus said, the “humane” questioning standards mandated by the U.S. Army Field Manual are sufficient to persuade detainees to talk. But though he did not use the word torture, Petraeus said “there should be discussion … by policymakers and by Congress” about something “more than the normal techniques.”

Could this be a resuscitation of “Enhanced Interrogation Techniques” and will it happen under Obama’s watch?