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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
British Court Imposes Contempt Conviction in Absentia for Iraqi in the U.S. A British court that was frustrated at its inability to extradite or secure custody of Dr. Jawed Hashim, an Iraqi businessman, from the U.S. recently imposed a conviction and sentence of two years in... Bruce Zagaris 11 2 2009-02-01 United States, United Kingdom, Iraq Corruption, Extradition, Fraud
United Kingdom: Enquiry into the Draft Europol Convention by the House of Lords (December 1994) Sub-Committee E (Law and Institutions) of the House of Lords Select Committee on the European Communities have decided to carry out an enquiry into the Draft Convention to establish Europol. The Sub... André Klip 11 2 1995-02-01 United Kingdom International Organizations, Organized Crime, International Convention
U.S. Agency Announces Preparation of Regulations to Implement Chemical Weapons Treaty On December 23, 1994, the Bureau of Export Administration (BXA), U.S. Department of Commerce announced that it is developing regulations and procedures outlining industry obligations under the... Bruce Zagaris 11 2 1995-02-01 United States Arms Trafficking, Treaties, International Convention
7 Governments Cooperate and Establish Anguillan Bank to Catch Organized Crime Operatives in Colombia and Italy On December 16, 1994, law enforcement officials in six countries announced an important law enforcement operation in which the United States and British Governments established a bank in Anguilla to... Bruce Zagaris 11 2 1995-02-01 Canada, United States, Colombia, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Greece, Morocco, Romania, Croatia, Gibraltar, Anguilla Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy, United Nations, Arms Trafficking, Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, Drug Enforcement, Law Enforcement, Smuggle
Summit of the Americas Calls for International Enforcement Cooperation On December 11, 1994, at a meeting held for the governments in the Western Hemisphere, the heads of governments pledged to act against a number of criminal problems and strengthen enforcement... Bruce Zagaris 11 2 1995-02-01 World Money Laundering, Corruption, Environment, Extradition, Human Rights, Terrorism, United Nations, Drugs & Trafficking, International Courts, Asset Forfeiture, Bribery, Asset Seizure, International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement, International Convention, Economic Crimes
Swiss Government Initiates Criminal Investigation for Potential Violation of Bank Secrecy Laws On January 4,1994, it was revealed in the media that the Zurich public prosecutor is investigating the recent unauthorized disclosure of the identity of a Swiss bank client…(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 2 1995-02-01 Germany, Switzerland Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy, Taxation, Mutual Legal Assistance, Treaties
Germany: Draft Action on the Co-operation with the international Tribunal for War Crimes in Former Yugoslavia (ITWCFY) Germany expressed its willingness to cooperate with the International Tribunal by preparing legislation which was submitted to Parliament 4 November 1994 (Entwurf eines Gosetzes über die... André Klip 11 2 1995-02-01 Germany, Netherlands, Rwanda, Former Yugoslavia Extradition, Mutual Legal Assistance, War Crimes, International Courts
Spain and Britain Agree to Develop Formal Arrangements to Combat Drug Trafficking and Money Laundering in Gibraltar On December 20, 1994, Britain and Spain reached an agreement to develop more formal arrangements for combating drug trafficking, money laundering, and illicit trade between Gibraltar and the Spanish... Bruce Zagaris 11 2 1995-02-01 Colombia, United Kingdom, Spain, Gibraltar Money Laundering, National Security, European Union, Drugs & Trafficking, Customs
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF BOOKS, ARTICLES AND DOCUMENTS A. Books 1. Banking and Money Laundering R.T. Naylor, Hot Money and the Politics of Debt. (Black Rose Bks. 1994, 532 pp.). Ann Woolner, Washed in Gold The Story Behind the Biggest Money-... Bruce Zagaris 11 2 1995-02-01 World Bibliography
OECD/Council of Europe Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters Will Take Effect April 1 On December 16, 1994, the Council of Europe confirmed that a convention on mutual assistance in tax matters will take effect on April 1, 1995 in the United States and the four Nordic states...(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 2 1995-02-01 Canada, United States, Belgium, Japan, Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, OECD Taxation, Treaties, International Convention
U.S. Army Accepts Guilty Plea and Life Imprisonment Sentence and Resolves Hand-Over Controversy with German State On December 19, 1994, the Army staff judge advocate accepted an offer of Mr. Smith, a G.I. in Germany, to plead guilty in exchange for life imprisonment, thereby resolving the controversy with the... Bruce Zagaris 11 2 1995-02-01 United States, Germany Extradition, Human Rights, Murder, Capital Punishment, Rape
Extradition Request from Germany in 1977 Hijacking Litigated in Norway In a classic extradition battle over a case involving international terrorism, Ms. Souhaila Sami Andrawes is fighting in the Norwegian courts and now in the Norwegian Supreme Court to block an... Bruce Zagaris 11 2 1995-02-01 Germany, Iraq, Israel, Italy, Spain, Palestine, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Somalia, Lebanon, Bahrain, Cyprus, Norway, Scotland Extradition, Human Rights, Terrorism, Murder, Piracy
11th Circuit Rules that Statute of Limitations Does Not Bar Extradition to the Bahamas On August 3, 1994, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit affirmed by a 2 to 1 vote a decision holding a Jamaican national extraditable to the Bahamas, notwithstanding the "lapse... Bruce Zagaris 11 2 1995-02-01 United States, Jamaica, Bahamas Administration of Justice, Extradition, Human Rights, Drugs & Trafficking, Treaties
International Investigations and Security Following a global trend and particularly the rise of free trade agreements and globalization in the Western Hemisphere, firms providing international investigative, due diligence, and security (e.g... Bruce Zagaris 11 2 1995-02-01 United States, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, United Kingdom, Venezuela, Haiti, Panama Terrorism, Kidnaping, Mutual Legal Assistance
ICC International Maritime Bureau Exposes Nigerian Fraud The International Chamber of Commercial (ICC) International Maritime Bureau has published a special report, entitled Nigeria: Traders at Risk. Written by Mr. B.A.M. Ajibade, a Nigerian lawyer, in... Bruce Zagaris 11 2 1995-02-01 Nigeria Fraud
Greek Court Convicts and Imprisons Captain and Crew for Throwing Overboard Two Stowaways In yet another bizarre case involving stowaways a captain and three crew members were convicted and imprisoned for crimes relating to throwing overboard two Rwandan stowaways aboard the Belgian-... Bruce Zagaris 11 2 1995-02-01 Belgium, Russia, Rwanda, Turkey, Greece Immigration, Genocide
European Parliament Proposes Initiatives against International Economic Crime On November 25, 1995, the European Parliament Committee for Internal Affairs issued a press release on proposed actions against international economic crime after holding a closed door hearing…(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 2 1995-02-01 Germany, Belgium, Italy Corruption, Bank Secrecy, Extradition, International Organizations, Organized Crime, Economic Crimes
U.S. Government Signs Three Inter-American Criminal Cooperation Conventions On January 10, 1995, the United States Government signed three Inter-American conventions on international criminal cooperation: the Inter-American Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal... Bruce Zagaris 11 2 1995-02-01 Canada, United States, Brazil, Peru, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, Uruguay, Ecuador, Grenada International Organizations, Mutual Legal Assistance, International Cooperation, International Convention
European Union: Draft Convention on the Establishment of a European Police Office (Europol) Following the treaty of European Union of Maastricht (7 February 1992) the Member States of the European Union are negotiating a Union-wide system for exchanging information within a European Police... André Klip 11 2 1995-02-01 Europe Money Laundering, Intelligence, International Organizations, Immigration, Terrorism, European Union, Arms Trafficking, Drugs & Trafficking, International Courts, Organized Crime, Treaties, Drug Enforcement, International Convention, Law Enforcement, Smuggle