Articles

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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
9th Circuit Grills Prosecutors on Human Rights Issues Surrounding Chinese Witness in "Goldfish" Drug Case On April 11, 1995, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals held oral argument on the case of the so-called Goldfish heroin-smuggling case on the status of the Chinese national witness Wang Zong Xiao, who... Bruce Zagaris 11 5 1995-05-01 United States, China Administration of Justice, Human Rights, Jurisdiction, Immigration, Drugs & Trafficking, Torture, International Cooperation
U.S. and Canada Conclude Asset Forfeiture Sharing Agreement On March 22, 1995, the United States and Canadian Governments concluded an agreement to share proceeds from the sale of property seized from drug traffickers and other criminals in Canada …(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 5 1995-05-01 Canada, United States Drugs & Trafficking, Asset Forfeiture, Asset Seizure, International Cooperation, Law Enforcement
Germany Agrees to Extradite Bosnian Serb to War Crimes Tribunal On April 21, 1995, the German Government announced it will extradite to the Tribunal for War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia Dusan Tadic, a Bosnian Serb and former bartender who is accused of... Bruce Zagaris 11 5 1995-05-01 Germany, Japan, Netherlands, Serbia, Former Yugoslavia, Bosnia Extradition, War Crimes, Genocide, International Courts, International Cooperation
Rwanda Challenges International Justice System As Rwanda starts its first war crimes trials, the absence of a criminal justice system on either the national or the international level to handle the 32,000 or so of inmates crammed in its jails... Bruce Zagaris 11 5 1995-05-01 Rwanda, Kenya, tanzania, Zaire Extradition, Human Rights, Murder, United Nations, War Crimes, Torture, International Courts, Prisoner Rights, Law Enforcement
War Crimes Tribunal to Name Top Bosnian Serb Leaders as Suspects and Request Bosnia Defer Its Own Investigations In a development of potentially major significance on April 23, 1995, the media reported that the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia will formally name two of the top Bosnian... Bruce Zagaris 11 5 1995-05-01 United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Croatia, Serbia, Former Yugoslavia, Bosnia Extradition, Murder, United Nations, War Crimes, Genocide, Torture, International Courts, Rape
Both German Houses Pass Law To Extradite War Criminals On March 31, 1995, the Bundesrat, upper house of Parliament approved a law, permitting the German Government to extradite suspected war criminals to the United Nations Tribunal on the Former... Bruce Zagaris 11 5 1995-05-01 Germany, Netherlands, Serbia, Former Yugoslavia, Bosnia Extradition, Murder, United Nations, War Crimes, Torture, International Courts, Rape
Germany: Act on the Co-operation with the International Tribunal for War Crimes in Former Yugoslavia (ITWCFY) On April 14, 1995, the Act on the Co-operation with the International Tribunal for War Crimes in Former Yugoslavia went into force for Germany…(more) André Klip 11 5 1995-05-01 Germany, Former Yugoslavia War Crimes, International Courts
Saudis Refuse to Cooperate with US in Request to Arrest Suspected Terrorist and Allow Libyan Plane to Refuel Despite UN Sanctions Two incidents between Saudi Arabia and the U.S. concerning international anti-terrorism enforcement have resulted in tension and a potential deterioration in diplomatic relations …(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 5 1995-05-01 United States, Iraq, Israel, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Lebanon, Scotland, Libya Extradition, National Security, Terrorism, United Nations, Sanctions, International Cooperation, Law Enforcement
Panama Creates Presidential Commission to Deal with Anti-Money Laundering On March 31, 1995, President Ernesto Perez Balladares issued an Executive Decree creating a High Level Anti-Money Laundering Presidential Commission to advise the President in relation to the... Bruce Zagaris 11 5 1995-05-01 United States, Panama Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy, Drugs & Trafficking
India and Pakistan Agree on Mutual Assistance Pursuant to Bilateral Drug Cooperation Agreement On September 15-16, 1994, at a meeting in New Delhi, India, the Pakistan and Indian Governments agreed to cooperate on rendering mutual assistance on several fronts in order to implement a bilateral... Bruce Zagaris 11 5 1995-05-01 Pakistan, India Money Laundering, United Nations, Drugs & Trafficking, Asset Forfeiture, Asset Seizure, International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement, International Convention, Law Enforcement
European Union: Joint Action on the Europol Drugs Unit On March 10, 1995, the Council of Ministers adopted a Joint Action with regard to the Europol Drugs Unit.1 A Joint Action is binding upon the fifteen Member States of the European Union and finds... André Klip 11 5 1995-05-01 Europe, Netherlands Immigration, European Union, Drugs & Trafficking, International Courts, Drug Enforcement, International Convention, Vehicles
Israeli and Arab Governments Start Cooperation Against Tax and Money Laundering Crimes As a result of the recent peace accords, Israeli and Arab governments have started to cooperate against tax and money laundering crimes, which the Israeli authorities are investigating.…(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 5 1995-05-01 Switzerland, Israel, Malta, Greece, Lebanon, Cyprus Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy, Taxation, International Cooperation, Tax Crimes, Smuggle
European Union: Convention on Simplified Extradition Procedures On March 10, 1995, the fifteen Member States of the European Union signed a Convention on simplified extradition procedures between the Member States.1 This convention is the first concluded under... André Klip 11 5 1995-05-01 Europe Extradition, European Union, International Courts, International Convention
Public Comments by German and British Officials Make Extradition of Leeson to Singapore Likely Public statements by both German and British officials make the granting of the request by Singapore that Germany extradite Mr. Nick Leeson, the former Barings trader likely…(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 5 1995-05-01 Germany, United Kingdom, Singapore Extradition, Human Rights, International Organizations, Fraud, International Cooperation, Financial Supervision
Pakistan Extradites Alleged Drug Lords to the U.S. and Takes Other Drug Enforcement Issues On April 3, 1995, United States Government officials announced that the Pakistan Government has extradited Iqbal Baig and his top lieutenant Anwar Khattak, two of its most notorious drug lords to the... Bruce Zagaris 11 5 1995-05-01 United States, Afghanistan, Pakistan Money Laundering, Extradition, Terrorism, Drugs & Trafficking, Asset Seizure, International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF BOOKS, ARTICLES AND DOCUMENTS A. Books 1. Jurisdiction I. Cameron, THE PROTECTIVE PRINCIPLE OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Dartmouth Pub. Co. 1994, 295 pp. 2. Law of War A. Vine, ANGOLA: ARMS TRADE AND VIOLATIONS OF... Bruce Zagaris 11 5 1995-03-01 World Bibliography