Terror and assassination.
(Sept. 11, 2001)

Assassinations
NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr questions the validity of President Ford's 1976 executive order barring U.S. involvement in the assassination of foreign leaders.(3:00)
(Click on the link above and then scroll down to the program segment “Assassinations.”)

CIA - Limitations
NPR's Brian Naylor reports on new calls for easing restrictions placed on CIA field agents, and renewed debate over the U.S. government's ban on participation in assassinations. (4:00)

 

Other elements to include:

NY Times story on loosening CIA restrictions.
Ignatieff article on human rights issues.
To the point: Chalmers Johnson on "Blowback" (Sept 18, 2001)