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Title Abstract Author Volumesort ascending Issue Date Published Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
U.S. Appellate Court Prohibits Defendants from Asserting Self-Incrimination Privilege Due to Fear of Foreign Prosecution On May 13, 1999, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit upheld the recent prohibition disallowing defendants from asserting the right against self-incrimination to their fear of foreign... Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 United States Antitrust Cooperation , Self-Incrimination
Experts Urge UNEP To Lead Effort to Combat Transnational Environmental Crimes During a conference in Geneva, Switzerland July 12-14, 1999, law enforcement experts from around the world urged the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) to take a lead role in coordinating... Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 World Environment, International Organizations
Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal Obtains 2 More Suspects As New Prosecutor Is Appointed On August 3 and 9, 1999, the International Tribunal for War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia gained custody of two more suspects as the Tribunal also prepared for a new prosecutor. Meanwhile, on... Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 Former Yugoslavia International Organizations, Law of War
EU Commission Implements Measures to Combat Child Sex Tourism On May 25, 1999, the Commission of the European Communities issued a paper on implementing measures to combat child sex tourism that indicates a variety of ongoing and proposed mechanisms to... Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 Europe International Organizations, Sex Crimes
Commonwealth Law Ministers Agree to Act on High-Tech Crimes, Human Rights, and Money Laundering In May 1999, at their meeting in Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago, the Commonwealth Law Ministers decided to act on the high-tech and computer crimes, the balance between individual rights and... Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 British Commonwealth Money Laundering, Human Rights, International Organizations
Congress Considers Three Bills to Extend Economic Sanctions to Narcotics Traffickers U.S. narcoterrorism policy in the Western Hemisphere has recently been prominent for the loss of five U.S. lives in Colombia, during public discussion between the Administration and Congress of the... Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 United States Drugs & Trafficking, Export Enforcement
U.S. Agencies Announce Initiative to Combat Intellectual Property Crime On July 23, 1999, the U.S. Department of Justice, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the U.S. Customs Service announced the establishment of a law enforcement initiative directed at combating... Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 United States Customs Enforcement, Intellectual Property
The Application of International Human Rights Laws to U.S. Police and Law Enforcement Officials On August 8, 1999, during the annual convention of the American Bar Association (ABA) in Atlanta, Georgia, the Section of Individual Rights and Responsibilities hosted a program to explore ways to... Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 United States Human Rights
Chile Asks Spain to Arbitrate Pinochet Case as Pinochet Seeks Access to Spanish Documents On August 9, 1999, the media reported that Chilean Government requested that Spain start bilateral arbitration to determine whether a Spanish court has the right to try former Chilean dictator... Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 Spain, Chile Human Rights
Criminal Complaints for Human Rights Abuses Continue Against Current and Former Political Figures In the aftermath of the efforts of the Spanish courts to prosecute and extradite Chilean Gen. Augusto Pinochet, several persons have emulated the efforts of the Spanish courts and have brought... Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 World Human Rights
Senate Hears from Nominee for U.S. Ambassador for Counterterrorism On July 22, 1999, Michael Sheehan, Nominee for U.S. Ambassador for Counterterrorism, testified before a Senate Committee on his priorities and policies for counterterrorism. Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 United States Terrorism
Investigation Of Russo-West Illicit Transactions: The Issues Of Financial Information Confidentiality And Legitimate Expectations : Between 1993-1997, under the pre-text of the "Russian Mafia" threat, the Dutch police’s special Eastern European crime task force tried to accomplish the so called “inventarization” (taking... Timur Sinuraya 15 9 1999-09-01 World, Russia Asset Forfeiture
Paraguay Requests General Oviedo’s Extradition from Argentina On August 4, 1999, the Paraguayan Government formally requested the extradition from Argentina of Lino Viedo, a retired army general accused of planning the murder, in March 1998, of Paraguay’s Vice... Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 Argentina, Portugal Extradition
U.S. Arrests Brazilian Wanted in Embezzlement Scheme On July 19, 1999, Federal Bureau of Investigation officials arrested in Frederick, Maryland, Jose Mario Fontes, 63, a Brazilian national accused of stealing more than $20 million from a Brazilian... Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 United States, Mexico, Brazil Extradition, Embezzlement
EU Initiates Exchange of Information to Combat Counterfeit Travel Documents On May 27, 1999, the Council of the European Union proposed an improved exchange of information, which the Federal Republic of Germany initiated, to combat counterfeit travel documents... [more] Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 Europe Counterfeiting, Immigration, European Union
Review of INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN CRIMINAL MATTERS This new annotated publication contains the German laws relating to international cooperation in criminal matters. Before this publication, the only annotated source was limited to the IRG - the... Maxi Krumbiegel 15 9 1999-09-01 Germany European Union, International Criminal and Comparative Law
Review of Smuggling Armageddon: The Nuclear Black Market in the Former Soviet Union and Europe The author, an associate at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, president of Global Advisory Services, and co-author of the Andean Cocaine Industry, has written a gripping account of the illegal... Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 Europe, Russia Arms Trafficking
Supplement to International Judicial Assistance Issued There is a new supplement for the six-volume International Judicial Assistance (Michael Abbell and Bruno Ristau)(International Law Institute)... [ more] Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 World International Criminal and Comparative Law
Mexican Banker Fighting Extradition from Australia Wins Victory in Mexico On August 2, 1999, Carlos Cabal Peniche, obtained an injunction in Mexico against on the most serious charge he faces and hence may avoid jail if Australia agrees to his extradition... [more] Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 Mexico, Australia Extradition
CIS Members Sign International Tax Enforcement Cooperation Agreement On June 4, 1999, eleven member countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) signed an agreement to cooperate and provide mutual assistance in tax-related matters... [more] Bruce Zagaris 15 9 1999-09-01 Europe Taxation