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Reporting On Terrorism: Choosing Our Words Carefully, Jeffrey A. Dvorkin Mar 2003

Reporting On Terrorism: Choosing Our Words Carefully, Jeffrey A. Dvorkin

University of Richmond Law Review

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It's Not Really "Assassination": Legal And Moral Implications Of Intentionally Targeting Terrorists And Aggressor-State Regime Elites, Robert F. Turner Mar 2003

It's Not Really "Assassination": Legal And Moral Implications Of Intentionally Targeting Terrorists And Aggressor-State Regime Elites, Robert F. Turner

University of Richmond Law Review

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Assassination, The War On Terrorism, And The Constitution, Rodney A. Smolla Mar 2003

Assassination, The War On Terrorism, And The Constitution, Rodney A. Smolla

University of Richmond Law Review

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Proposal For A New Executive Order On Assassination, Jeffrey F. Addicott Mar 2003

Proposal For A New Executive Order On Assassination, Jeffrey F. Addicott

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


Targeted Killing And Assassination: The U.S. Legal Framework, William C. Banks, Peter Raven-Hansen Mar 2003

Targeted Killing And Assassination: The U.S. Legal Framework, William C. Banks, Peter Raven-Hansen

University of Richmond Law Review

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