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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
Arrested Gunman Implicates Oviedo & Cubas; Argentina Will Ask Oviedo to Leave On October 26, 1999, in his first foreign policy announcement, as President-elect, Fernando de la Rúa advised former Gen. Lino Oviedo of Paraguay, who has been exiled in Argentina since March 1999... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 Brazil, Cuba, Argentina, Paraguay Corruption, Extradition, Murder
Administration of Justice: Governmental, Intergovernmental, and Non-Governmental Perspectives On October 25, 1999, the International Criminal Law and National Security Committee of the International Law Section of the D.C. Bar sponsored a luncheon program on the Administration of Justice (AOJ... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 World Administration of Justice, International Organizations
New House Bill Targets Online Gambling On October 21, 1999, Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va) introduced a bill in the House, entitled the Internet Gambling Prohibition Act, that would ban gambling via the Internet and provide for criminal... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 United States Cybercrime, Administration of Justice, International Gaming
U.S. Indicts McDonnell Douglas & Chinese State Co. on Export Control Charges On October 19, 1999, the U.S. Government indicted the McDonnell Douglas Corporation and the China National Aero-Technology Import and Export Corporation (CATIC) and its affiliate (CATIC/Supply),... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 United States, China Export Enforcement
Meeting of EU Justice and Home Affairs at Tampere On October 15 and 16, 1999, the European Council met at Tampere. The Presidency issued conclusions, entitled “Toward a Union of Freedom, Security and Justice: the Tampere Milestones.” The... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 Europe International Organizations, European Union
International Penal Law Association Adopts Resolutions on Transnational Organized Crime On September 5-11, 1999, during its 16th Congress, the International Penal Law Association adopted four resolutions on transnational organized crime. This article will discuss the resolution of... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 United States, Germany, Belgium, Hungary International Organizations, Mutual Legal Assistance, Organized Crime
Rwandan Government Suspends Cooperation with UN Tribunal over Dismissal On November 3, 1999, in a decision of immense potential an appellate chamber dismissed an indictment and ordered the immediate release of a defendant for abuse of process against the Prosecutor. On... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 Rwanda Due Diligence, Human Rights, International Organizations, Law of War, United Nations, War Crimes
U.S. Supreme Court Deals Human Rights Setback on Juvenile Execution and Extradition Cases On November 1, 1999, the U.S. Supreme Court dealt a setback to international human rights advocates on two separate and unrelated cases -- one dealing with the execution of a juvenile and the other... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 United States, Spain Extradition, Human Rights, Murder, Torture
International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia Developments On October 18, 1999, the Croatian Government suspended a Supreme Court decision to extradite a Bosnian Croat to the International Tribunal for War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia because it said the... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 Former Yugoslavia, Bosnia Law of War, War Crimes, Genocide, International Courts
Pinochet Appeals Against Extradition On October 22, 1999, counsel for Gen. Augusto Pinochet, the former Chilean dictator, submitted a last-minute appeal to the High Court against the decision by a London magistrates’ court that he... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 United Kingdom, Spain, Chile Extradition, Human Rights, Torture
White Collar Crime 1999 Annual Program Features Many Transnational Issues The handbook of the White Collar Crime 1999 two-day program has several useful parts on transnational crime. A section deals with defending against U.S. requests for foreign mutual assistance, asset... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 World International Organizations, Mutual Legal Assistance, International Courts, White Collar Crime, International Cooperation
White Collar Crime 1999 Annual Program Features Many Transnational Issues The handbook of the White Collar Crime 1999 two-day program has several useful parts on transnational crime. A section deals with defending against U.S. requests for foreign mutual assistance, asset... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 World International Organizations, Mutual Legal Assistance, International Courts, White Collar Crime, International Cooperation
Brazil and the U.S. Sign First Agreement on Anti-Trust Enforcement Cooperation On October 26, 1999, the U.S. and Brazilian governments signed an executive agreement on anti-trust enforcement cooperation, the first such agreement between the U.S. and a South American country.... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 United States, Brazil Administration of Justice, Antitrust Cooperation , International Cooperation
Swiss Investigate Money Laundering by Family of Former Nigerian Leader Abstract:On October 26, 1999, the media reported that Swiss judicial authorities have opened an inquiry into alleged money laundering and participation in a criminal organization involving Nigeria’s... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 Switzerland, Nigeria Money Laundering, Corruption, International Courts
U.S. Senate Hearing on Private Banking and Money Laundering Presages Ill Winds On November 9-10, 1999, the U.S. Senate Committee on Permanent Investigations held two days of hearings on private banking and money laundering focusing on problems of Citicorp accounts. The... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 United States, Mexico, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Nigeria, Panama, Cayman Islands, Gabon Money Laundering, Corruption, Administration of Justice, Bank Secrecy, Due Diligence, Fraud
EU Justice & Home Affairs Commissioner Signals New Money Laundering Initiative On September 16, 1999, Antonio Vitorino, the new European Commissioner for Justice and Home Affairs (JHA), in his first official business, signaled new initiatives on money laundering and financial... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 Europe Money Laundering, Administration of Justice, Bank Secrecy, Jurisdiction, European Union, Mutual Legal Assistance, International Courts
International Cooperation Against Russian Financial Irregularities On October 20, 1999, at the end of a conference to combat crime organized by the Group of Eight industrialized countries, international enforcement officials welcomed Russia’s commitment to adopting... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 United States, Russia, Bahamas, Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Ukraine, Antigua and Barbuda Money Laundering, International Organizations
U.N. Agrees to Sanctions against Taliban for Non-Surrender of Osama Bin Laden On October 15, 1999, the United Nations Security Council agreed to a resolution to impose sanctions in 30 days that will freeze the economic assets abroad of the Islamic Taliban movement of... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 United States, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates Terrorism, United Nations, Sanctions
U.S. Appellate Court Upholds Lack of Jurisdiction in Antiguan Asset Forfeiture Case On September 8, 1999, the U.S. Government suffered a setback when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit upheld the district court’s decision that the U.S. Government had no jurisdiction to... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 United States, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Panama, Antigua & Barbuda Money Laundering, Administration of Justice, Jurisdiction, Asset Forfeiture
Colombia Supreme Court Approves Extradition to U.S. of Cuban National On October 26, 1999, the Colombian Supreme Court approved the extradition to the U.S. of Sergio Braulio Gonzalez, a Cuban citizen wanted in the U.S. for drug trafficking and illegal arms possession... Bruce Zagaris 15 12 1999-12-01 United States, Colombia, Cuba Extradition, Arms Trafficking, Drugs & Trafficking, Sanctions

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