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E.g., 2020-07
Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
Sanctions Taken by EC and the US Against Syria The European Community and the United States Government have imposed sanctions against Syria for its alleged involvement in last April's plot in London to blow up and Israeli airliner. Bruce Zagaris 2 11 1986-11-01 Syria Sanctions
Enforcement of Trade Sanctions on South Africa On Nov. 14 the U.S. Customs Service published in Telex No. 145756 its regulations implementing the Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986 with respect to the latest technical amendments and interpretations of... Anke Lilienthal 2 11 1986-11-01 South Africa Sanctions
India Ponders Amnesty to Counter Capital Flight In early November 1986, Indian Finance Minister Singh submitted to the federal parliament an amnesty program for illegal foreign investments by Indian nationals.  The plan focuses on identifying... Bruce Zagaris 2 11 1986-11-01 India Financial Crimes
U.S.-Germany Sign Supplementary Extradition Treaty On October 21, 1986, the Governments of United States and the Federal Republic of Germany concluded a supplementary extradition treaty.  The supplementary treaty does not cancel, but merely... Bruce Zagaris and Cornelia Beck 2 11 1986-11-01 Germany Extradition
Nigerian Crime Prompts Hearings But Few Recommended Solutions On September 17, 1986, the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the United States Senate held hearings on the growing phenomenon of Nigerian criminal activity in the United States.  Testimony... Raymond Wuslich 2 10 1986-10-01 Nigeria Crimes
Money Laundering Bill Passed as Part of Anti-Drug Law On October 17, 1986, the money laundering provisions which have been the subject of many hearings and debates by Congress were passed as Subtle H of the "Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1986" (HR 5484).  The... Bruce Zagaris 2 10 1986-10-01 United States Money Laundering
Nigerian Crime Prompts Hearings But Few Recommended Solutions On September 17, 1986, the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the United States Senate held hearings on the growing phenomenon of Nigerian criminal activity in the United States.  Testimony... Raymond Wuslich 2 10 1986-10-01 Nigeria Crimes
New U.S. Anti-Drug Law Has Significant International Law Impact The 99th Congress resoundingly shut its doors on October 17th having passed a comprehensive anti-drug bill which President Reagan signed into law on October 27th.  The Act contains many significant... Leesteffy Jenkins and Bruce Zagaris 2 10 1986-10-01 United States Drug Enforcement
U.S. Court Holds U.S. Constitution Not Applicable to Search Abroad In U.S. v. Molina-Chacon, the U.S. District Court held that Fourth and Fifth Amendment requirements do not apply to foreign searches by foreign officials or to foreign arrests.  In deciding this case... Leesteffy Jenkins 2 10 1986-10-01 United States Legislation
A Progress Report: Inter-American Cooperation to Combat Drugs One of the major items to be considered at the sixteenth regular meeting of the General Assembly of the Organization of American States, to be held November 10-16, 1986, is inter-American cooperation... Bruce Zagaris 2 9 1986-10-01 World Drug Enforcement
DEA Can Delegate Enforcement Authority to INS In a final rule of August 27, 1986, 51 F.R. 30485, the Department of Justice delegates to the Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration the power to reldelegate his authority to any... Bruce Zagaris 2 10 1986-10-01 United States Adjective Enforcement
Greece and Italy Sign Cooperation Agreement On September 23, 1986, the Governments of Greece and Italy signed a security agreement calling for joint cooperation in combatting terrorism, drug smuggling and organized crime.  Greek Public Order... Bruce Zagaris 2 10 1986-10-01 Greece Adjective Enforcement
International Cooperation on Securities and Commodities Frauds With increasing international activity in the securities and futures market, the attention of regulatory authorities has recently focused on ways to cooperate in cracking down on international frauds... Gael M. Kerrign 2 10 1986-10-01 World Securities Trade Enforcement
US-UK MOU on Information Exchange on Securities and Commodities On September 23, 1986 the United States and the United Kingdom entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) which lays the framework for the confidential exchange of information between... Louis E. Emery 2 10 1986-10-01 United States Information Exchange
Conflicts of U.S. Disclosure and Swiss Secrecy Provisions: The Swiss View, and A Review of a New Swiss Book on This Issue The basic conflict is always the same: A Swiss company or a Swiss Bank either with a subsidiary in the U.S, or acting in its own name on the U.S. market or at an American Stock Exchange is suspected... Bruce Zagaris 2 10 1986-10-01 Switzerland Disclosure
European Ministers Agree on Action Against Drugs and Terrorism On Thursday, October 25, the "Trevi Group", the counterterrorism forum of the twelve EC countries comprising their Interior Ministers and security chiefs, met in London for its first emergency... Bruce Zagaris 2 10 1986-10-01 Europe Drug Enforcement
Immigration Reform Bill Contains New Enforcement Provisions On October 17, 1986, the Senate by a 63-24 vote passed the first major immigration reform legislation in 30 years, sending the measure to the White House where President Reagan has promised to sign... Bruce Zagaris 2 10 1986-10-01 United States Immigration
Immigration Marriage Fraud Bill Is Enacted H.R. 3737, the Immigration Marriage Fraud Amendments of 1986, was enacted into law before the close of the 99th Session.  It provides that alien spouses, sons and daughters will be considered to have... Bruce Zagaris 2 10 1986-10-01 United States Immigration
DC AILA Meeting Clarifies Use of Tax Documents for INS Purposes At the September 17, 1986 meeting of the Washington, D.C. Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, clarification was made of the use of tax documents and requirements as a means to... Bruce Zagaris 2 10 1986-10-01 United States Immigration
Senate Committee Approves Amendment on Extraterritorial Limits on Jurisdiction in Antitrust On October 2, 1986, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved the "Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvement Act of 1986" (S. 397) by a vote of 14-2.  It would require U.S. courts to consider challenges to... Bruce Zagaris 2 10 1986-10-01 United States Antitrust Cooperation

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