Jim Piazza and I put together a symposium of articles on terrorism and human rights, which has just appeared in the journal PS: Political Science & Politics. You can access the articles (for free--this issue is ungated) here.
The articles tackle a range of important and difficult questions, and feature work by some really interesting scholars, as you can tell from the table of contents:
"Terrorism and Human Rights", James A. Piazza and James Igoe Walsh
"Physical Integrity Rights and Terrorism," James A. Piazza and James Igoe Walsh
"Tortured Relations: Human Rights Abuses and Counterterrorism Cooperation," Emilie Hafner-Burton and Jacob N. Shapiro
"Incarceration, Interrogation, and Counterterror: Do (Liberal) Democratic Institutions Constrain Leviathan?" Will Moore
The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same: The Liberal Tradition and Obama's Counterterrorism Policy" Michael C. Desch
"Does the Fear of Terrorists Trump the Fear of Persecution in Asylum Outcomes in the Post–September 11 Era?"
Jennifer S. Holmes and Linda Camp Keith
"U.S. Public Opinion on Torture, 2001–2009"
Paul Gronke, Darius Rejali, Dustin Drenguis, James Hicks, Peter Miller and Bryan Nakayama
"Death Becomes Her: Women, Occupation, and Terrorist Mobilization"