Terror and assassination.
(Sept. 11, 2001)

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)