Articles

E.g., 2017-10
Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
German Presidency Prioritizes Goals in EU Criminal Policy On December 2, 1999, the objectives and priorities of the German Presidency of the Council of the European Union was issued.  Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 European Union Criminal Procedure/Proceedings
European Parliament Opens Debate with Council on Cooperation in Justice and Home Affairs On January 14, 1999, the European Parliament had a hearing on cooperation in the field of justice and home affairs, at which European Council members appeared and testified.  Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 Europe Adjective Enforcement
French Court Will Review Civil Complaints Against Castro On February 11, 1999, French judicial officials said that Herve Stephan has been assigned to review civil suits accusing Cuban President Fidel Castro of crimes against humanity, even though... Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 France Human Rights
Privy Council Grants Reprieve to 2 Trinidad Inmates Until Regional Body Rules On January 27, 1999, the British Privy Council granted a reprieve to Darrin Thomas and Haniff Hillaire, two death row inmates in Trinidad and Tobago. Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 Trinidad and Tobago Court Conviction
Challenges in Representing Criminal Alien Defendants: International Immigration and Criminal Law Issues On January 29, 1999, the International Criminal and National Security Law Committee, Section of International Law, D.C. Bar Association, hosted a seminar on issues in representing criminal alien... Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 World Immigration
Financial Action Task Force Issues Annual Typologies Report On February 10, 1999, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) issued the 1998-99 Report on Money Laundering Typologies. Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 United Kingdom Banking Supervision
New Canadian Anti-Bribery Law Takes Effect on February 15, 1999 News that Salt Lake City officials paid bribes to members of the International Olympic Committee has brought the Olympics into disrepute. John Keefe 15 3 1999-03-01 Canada Bribery
Owner of Bombed Sudanese Pharmaceutical Plants Presses the U.S. for Compensation and Release of Frozen Funds An interesting legal and political battle is developing as counsel for Saudi Arabian businessman Saleh Idris, whose pharmaceutical plant in Sudan was destroyed in a U.S. missile attack on August 20,... Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 United States Freezing of Assets
Croatia Stops Investigation Against Nada Sakic for Lack of Evidence On February 1, 1999, Croatian State prosecutor Radovan Santek stopped the investigation and released from custody Nada Sakic due to lack of evidence in the charges against her for crimes committed at... Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 Croatia Investigation
Lockerbie Settlement with Libya Closer Negotiations have made the prospects of a settlement for the surrender of the two Libyan suspects that are suspected of planting the bomb in the 1988 bombing of a Pan American flight over Lockerbie,... Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 Libya Settlement
Croatia Arrests Croatian Serbs Suspected of War Crimes While Yugoslavia Rejects War Crime Tribunal Extradition Requests Two contrasting responses have been made to efforts of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTFY) to gain custody of defendants who are indicted.  Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 Croatia War Crimes
Clinton Proposes Initiatives to Counter Bio- and Cyber- Terrorism On January 22, 1999, President Clinton announced he will undertake initiatives against biological and chemical as well as cyber-terrorism, including spending $1.46 billion in his fiscal 2000 budget... Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 United States Counter-terrorism
Genocide Case filed by Bosnia-Herezgovina against Federal Republic of Yugoslavia before ICJ Aired On January 28, 1999, the Internal Crisis Group and the American Society of International Law hosted a discussion on the Genocide case filed by Bosnia and Herzegovina (B-H) against the Federal... Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 Bosnia Genocide
British Dependent Territories Watch British Moves on Money Laundering, Tax and Financial Regulation The British dependent territories are paying great attention to developments in international financial enforcement, especially the interaction of international tax, money laundering, and due... Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 United Kingdom Taxation
German Government Agrees to Compensate U.S. Survivors of Nazi Concentration Camps and Austria Returns Looted Art to the Rothschilds On January 15, 1999, the U.S. and German Governments announced a tentative agreement for the German Government to compensate an estimated 240 U.S. nationals who were held in NAzi concentration camps. Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 Germany Holocaust
French Appellate Court Finds Einhorn Extraditable to U.S. Subject to Conditions On February 18, 1999, a French appellate court in Bourdeaux found Ira Einhorn extraditable to the U.S. on charges of murder of his former girlfriend, Holly Maddux, subject to conditions that Einhorn... Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 France Extradition
International Tribunal Sentences Rwandan Militia Leader for Genocide and Arrests Former Prominent Official On February 5, 1999, the International Tribunal for War Crimes in Rwanda sentenced Omar Serushago, a Rwandan militia leader accused in the deaths of 37 people, to 15 years in prison. Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 Rwanda Genocide
U.S. Appellate Court Overturns Extradition of Irish Escapees On October 9, 1999, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit overturned the extradition order of three Irish defendants to the United Kingdom in a decision that applies the 1977 Supplementary... Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 United States Extradition
Turkey Arrests and Takes Ocalan from Kenya for Terrorist Crimes On February 14, 1999, a Turkish security detail and commando team intercepted a jeep driven by a Kenyan security officer en route to the airport in Nairobi, Kenya, arrested, and returned Abdullah... Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 Turkey Arrest
U.S. Requests Extradition for Canadian Nationals Showed with Kickbacks On January 28, 1999, U.S. prosecutors in New York City announced the issuances of arrest warrants and the intent to initiate extradition proceedings for the two top officials at Livent Inc., a... Bruce Zagaris 15 3 1999-03-01 United States Extradition

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