Signaling or Pressuring for Protection?
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What INGO efforts successfully influence the adequate protection of a terrorist’s right to due process in extra-territorial detention camps? The discovery of United States CIA black sites and extra-territorial detention camps raised new concerns for international human rights organizations and the international community entirely. Believed to inflict psychological torture by denying due process, many contend the United States, for example, reputably the international champion of human rights, violates basic human rights in their detention camps. This research aims to find if, and if so under what conditions, INGO intervention can successfully protect a suspected terrorist’s human right to due process.