Articles

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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
U.S. Government Prepares Initiative with Central American on Recovery and Return of Stolen Vehicles The Clinton Administration is planning an initiative to persuade Central American governments to cooperate in the recovery and return of stolen vehicles from the United States...(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 1 1995-01-01 United States, Mexico, Central America Mutual Legal Assistance, Organized Crime, Treaties, Smuggle, Vehicles
China Starts Crackdown on Maritime Piracy In an effort to combat a rise in maritime piracy, Chinese officials set a November 30, 1994 deadline for pirates to surrender themselves and their vessels to authorities in exchange for lenient... Bruce Zagaris 11 1 1995-01-01 China, Taiwan, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia International Organizations, Maritime, Law Enforcement, Piracy
Canadian and Other Administration of Justice Programs in Haiti Indicate Important Criminal Cooperation Trends As the new Haitian Government struggles to develop credibility in constructing a democratic government, most observers agree that its success will depend to a large extent on its ability to develop a... Bruce Zagaris 11 1 1995-01-01 Canada, United States, Cuba, Haiti Administration of Justice, United Nations, International Cooperation, Law Enforcement
South Texas Ring Sentenced for Smuggling Endangered Birds From Mexico On November 9, 1994, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that the last of sixteen members of a South Texas smuggling ring that brought in rare and potentially disease-bearing parrots from Mexico... Bruce Zagaris 11 1 1995-01-01 United States, Mexico Customs Enforcement, Wildlife Smuggle
Mexico-U.S. Environmental Enforcement Cooperation Increases with Computerized Information Exchanges and Border Plan Related Activities In the aftermath of the North American Free Trade Agreement, environmental enforcement cooperation between Mexico and the United States has increased and is providing a number of new institutional... Bruce Zagaris 11 1 1995-01-01 United States, Mexico Customs Enforcement, Environment, International Cooperation
Prosecutor for Former Yugoslavian War Crimes Sets Agenda Chief Prosecutor Richard Goldstone has outlined his agenda, problems, and objectives recently in speeches...(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 1 1995-01-01 United States, Italy, Rwanda, Former Yugoslavia, Bosnia United Nations, War Crimes, International Courts
U.S. Industry Has Obligations Under the Chemical Weapon Convention Your company may by subject to reporting requirements and on-site inspections under the proposed Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC). The CWC will affect not only chemical-producing industries, but... John Smirnow 11 1 1995-01-01 United States United Nations, Treaties, International Convention, Weapons of Mass Destruction
U.N. Approves Rwandan Tribunal to Try Humanitarian Law Violations On November 8, 1994, the United Nations Security Council voted 13 to 1 to establish an international tribunal to try war crimes and other atrocities. The action is significant because it is the... Bruce Zagaris 11 1 1995-01-01 Rwanda, Former Yugoslavia Human Rights, United Nations, War Crimes, Genocide, Crimes against Humanity
Access to Europol Information and Other Issues Jeopardize Continuation of Europol A controversy, particularly over whether third countries should have access to criminal intelligence, has emerged among European Union members and threaten to further delay the scheduled opening on a... Bruce Zagaris 11 1 1995-01-01 Europe, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Spain, Ireland Intelligence, International Organizations, European Union, Organized Crime, Fraud
French Court Convicts 2 and Acquits Iranian Diplomat in Trial of Bakhtiar Killing On December 6, 1994, a French Court of Assizes in Paris, a special court composed of magistrates, after deliberating for four hours, found guilty two of the defendants and not guilty one defendant,... Bruce Zagaris 11 1 1995-01-01 United States, France, Switzerland, Iran Terrorism, Murder
Major Bust of International Laundering of Cali Drug Money On November 30, 1994, U.S. prosecutors announced the arrests of twelve persons and the freezing of significant amounts of money in one of the largest anti-money laundering operations, involving more... Bruce Zagaris 11 1 1995-01-01 United States, Colombia, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Puerto Rico Money Laundering, Drugs & Trafficking
Report of Council of Europe Conference on Money Laundering in States in Transition At a conference held November 29 through December 1, 1994, the participants in the Council of Europe Conference on Money Laundering in States in Transition adopted the following conclusions and... Bruce Zagaris 11 1 1995-01-01 Europe, Russia, Bulgaria Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy, Terrorism, United Nations, Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, Asset Forfeiture, Conferences, International Cooperation, International Convention, Financial Supervision
Debate over Dutch Alternative Drug Policy Ensues As other European Union countries such as Spain and Germany are undergoing candid discussions over alternative drug policies, the Dutch alternative drug policy, long the leader in the EU, is also... Bruce Zagaris 11 1 1995-01-01 France, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal European Union, Drugs & Trafficking, Treaties, Drug Enforcement
Thai Prosecutors Dismiss Charges against Police in Saudi Jewelry Theft, Kidnapping, and Murder Cases Thai prosecutors in Bangkok have dismissed charges against three high-level police officers in a kidnapping and murder case that has continued to develop from a $20 million jewelry theft in Saudi... Bruce Zagaris 11 1 1995-01-01 Saudi Arabia, Thailand Murder, Kidnaping, Theft, Smuggle
U.S. INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TREATY DEVELOPMENTS In the international criminal treaty area the U.S. Government has had several developments. On November 23, 1994, the U.S. and the Philippines concluded both a Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters... Bruce Zagaris 11 1 1995-01-01 Canada, United States, Mexico, Hungary, Philippines Extradition, Mutual Legal Assistance, Treaties
Buitenlandse Getuigen in Strafzaken (Witnesses Abroad in Criminal Matters), Gouda Quint bv, Arnhem, Willem Pompe Instituut, Utrecht, Netherlands, 1994, 453 pp. This book, which is written in Dutch with an English summary at the end, discusses gathering evidence from witnesses abroad in criminal cases in the Netherlands, Germany and the United States. The... Andre Klip 11 1 1995-01-01 United States, Germany, Netherlands Mutual Legal Assistance, Book Review
Norway Ratifies Council of Europe Convention on Money Laundering On November 16, 1994, Norway ratified the Council of Europe Convention on laundering search, seizure, and confiscation of the proceeds of crime...(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 1 1994-01-01 Canada, United States, Europe, Australia, Norway Money Laundering, European Union, Asset Seizure, International Cooperation, International Convention