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Web Links for Assassinating Terrorists and Military Commanders

There are 12 sites catalogued in the category.
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Name: Center for Justice And International Law
Description: The Center for Justice and International Law (CJIL) is committed to the protection of human rights. They provide advisors to both the Organization of American States (OAS) and the United Nations (UN) in pursuant of this mission. The thrust of their effort is in providing free legal advice when possible, overseeing prospective human rights violations, and educating the public on what constitutes a human rights violation.
Name: Central Intelligence Agency
Description: The Central Intelligence Agency website has a vast search engine which provides information on declassified covert operations. These operations range from the "assassination" of enemy targets to the funding of underground political organizations.
Name: Duke University Perkins Library - NGOs: Human Rights
Description: Comprehensive list of non-governmental organizations committed to protecting and monitoring human rights. Many of these organizations monitor and comment on the political assassination of leaders and military commanders.
Name: Global Policy Forum
Description: This article speaks directly to the point of whether or not United States actions at Guantanamo Bay are proper under International Law. The parent website is an organization which oversees developments within the United Nations. They are dedicated to the dissemination of information and the impartial enforcement of international law.
Name: International Society for Military Law and the Law of War
Description: The International Society for Military Law and the Law of War (ISMLLW) is dedicated to educating the public about military and humanitarian law. The ISMLLW websites does not provide much information on the site, but they do have quite a diverse category of internal publications that are available upon request.
Name: Israeli Diplomatic Network: The Anti-Terrorist Fence
Description: Israeli website which discusses both the practical and legal consequences of the military actions taken by the Israeli government in their fight against Palestine. The website has a section that lays out the legal arguments for the actions taken by the Israeli military against the Palestinian resistance.
Name: Law of War Home Page
Description: This website addresses a variety of topics pertaining to the authorized and ethical use of force. The organization is dedicated to providing information to "students, military lawyers, government officials, academics, and anyone else interested in an international legal regime for the regulation of the use of armed force." This includes a wide variety of links to other websites addressing the same topics and a forum for discussion.
Name: National Institute of Military Justice
Description: This website is focused on aiding Military Law practitioners, but it is full of links to both domestic and international statutes governing the conduct of military forces. These statutes cover topics ranging from detainment of military combatants to the proper and legal use of force against enemy targets.
Name: Project to Enforce the Geneva Convention
Description: This organization was specifically formed to protect the legal rights of Guantanamo Bay detainees. The secondary mission of the site is to educate the public on the laws of war under the Geneva Convention and to serve as a catalyst for action whenever these laws have been violated. Many of the laws that regulate military conduct are referenced on this site and given a link when appropriate.
Name: Special Operations.Com
Description: Glossary of International Special Operations Missions conducted since World War II. Many of these operations included the funding of political entities in their struggle against terrorists or the outright assassination of terrorist elements.
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