This About.com page covers the history of terrorism, introduces the global insurgency theory, profiles known terrorist groups, and much more.
The HSDL website produces Critical Releases of Documents every two weeks, which it believes are of particular interest or of potential importance.
Key documents included on this site:
The United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy Review (A/RES/66/282)
Secretary-General's report on UN activities to implement the Strategy (2012)
GA resolution A/RES/64/297 on the Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy (2010)
GA resolution A/RES/62/272 on the Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy (2008)
Report of the Working Group on Preventing and Responding to Weapons of Mass Destruction Attacks (2010)
First Report of the Working Group on Addressing Radicalization and Extremism that lead to Terrorism: Inventory of State Programmes (.pdf)
GA A/60/825 Uniting against Terrorism: Recommendations for a Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy (2006)
Excerpts from the 2005 World Summit Outcome Document (archived page containing the document's section relevant to terrorism)
Benghazi Time Line: The Long Road from "Spontaneous Protest" to Premeditated Terrorist Attack
2012 article by Eugene Kiely, posted on FactCheck.org (updated June 29, 2016)
Timeline of progress regarding the Report of the Select Committee on the Events Surrounding the 2012 Terrorist Attack in Benghazi. Includes a link to the Final Report published with the Government Printing Office in December 2016.
International Humanitarian Law
International humanitarian law (IHL) is a set of rules which seek, for humanitarian reasons, to limit the effects of armed conflict. It protects persons who are not or are no longer participating in the hostilities and restricts the means and methods of warfare.
~International Committee of the Red Cross