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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
Antigua Agrees to Measures of UN Offshore Forum and Urges Removal of Warnings (IA) On April 17, 2000, the media announced that the Government of Antigua and Barbuda had signed an anti-money laundering agreement with the United Nations that requires it to implement various standards... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 United States, United Kingdom, Antigua & Barbuda Money Laundering, Fraud
Rwanda Tribunal (XIB) On March 24, 2000, Elizaphan Ntakirutimana, a 76-year-old former Pastor of the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Mugonero, Kibuye Prefecture, was transferred to the UN Detention Facility in Arusha. On... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 Rwanda Law of War, Genocide
European Parliament Approves Decision on Anti-Money Laundering On April 12, 2000, the European Parliament approved legislation in the form of a decision to strengthen the 1991 EU directive on anti-money laundering. The European Parliament adopted a dozen... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 Europe Money Laundering
War Crimes of the Former Yugoslav (XIC) On April 14, 2000, the Croatian Parliament passed a declaration, promising that Croatia will cooperate fully with the U.N. International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY). The... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 Balkans United Nations, War Crimes
U.S. and El Salvador Conclude Agreement for Airbase for Anti-Narcotics Flights (IIA) On March 31, 2000, Steve Lucas, spokesman for the U.S. military’s Miami-based Southern Command, announced the U.S. Department of State and the Salvadoran Government concluded an agreement, allowing... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 United States, El Salvador Drugs & Trafficking
Christies Auctions Relics Over PRC Government’s Objections (XIIA) On April 30, 2000, Christie’s auctioned two relics despite protests from the People’s Republic of China that the relics had been looted from an imperial palace 140 years ago. The controversy gives... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 China Art and Cultural Property
OECD Delays Sanctions for One Year, But Plans to Issue Report On Schedule On April 24, 2000, the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) announced in applying its harmful tax competition initiative that it would defer for one year sanctions it... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 World Economic Sanctions, Taxation
Britain Orders Extradition of 2 Egyptians to the U.S. on Bombing of U.S. Embassies (XIIIA) On May 2, 2000, a British court ordered the extradition of Ibrahim Hussein Abdelhadi Eidarous and Adel Mohammed Abdul Almagid Barry to the U.S. where they are wanted in murder conspiracy charges in... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 United States, United Kingdom, Egypt Extradition, Terrorism
OECD Report on Improving Access to Bank Information For Tax Purposes (IIIB) The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) recently issued a report entitled Improving Access to Bank Information for Tax Purposes. The report is 116 pages in length; and the... Charles M. Bruce 16 6 2000-06-01 World Taxation
Trinidad Police Conduct Software Piracy Raid after Help from NGO (XIVA) On April 16, 2000, the Trinidad and Tobago police reported conducting two raids against suspected computer pirates early during the week as a result of a tip off from the recently established local... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 Trinidad & Tobago Intellectual Property
Israel Holds That 19-Year Old Israeli Can Be Extradited to Canada for Murder (IVA) On April 10, 2000, an Israeli court ruled that Daniel Weiz, a 19-year-old Israeli soldier, can be extradited to Canada on murder charges. Mr. Weiz is charged, along with two Canadian teenagers, for... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 Canada, Israel Extradition, Murder
Books (XVA) The Prosecutor of a Permanent International Criminal Court ( Louise Arbour/Albin Eser/Kai Ambos/Andrew Sanders,eds.), International Workshop in co-operation with the Office of the Prosecutor the... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 World Bibliography
Swiss and Luxembourg Freeze More Nigerian (Abacha) Assets (VA) On May 8, 2000, the media reported Swiss investigators have found and frozen $630 million in Luxembourg bank accounts connected with the sons of Sani Abacha, former Nigerian head of state.... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 Switzerland, Luxembourg Asset Forfeiture
Articles (XVB) 1. Theft of Cultural Property M. Lippman, Art and Ideology in the Third Reich: The Protection of Cultural Property and the Humanitarian Law of War, 17 Dick. J. Int’l L. 1-97 (1998). M.I. Turner,... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 World Bibliography
U.S. Urges Governments to Support Immunity Proposal (VIA) U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright has sent a letter to Foreign Ministers in about 60 countries, urging support for the U.S. proposal for the proposed International Criminal Court (ICC). The... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 World, United States International Courts
Documents (XVC) 1. Environment General Accounting Office, U.S.-Mexico Border: Despite Some Progress, Environmental Infrastructure Challenges Remain, GAO/NSIAD-00-26, Mar. 3, 2000, 63 pp. 2. Human Rights U.K. Bow... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 World Bibliography
Belgium Opens Investigation into Alleged Human Rights Violations by Former On March 2nd 2000, Belgian investigating magistrate Damien Vandermeersch announced his intention to investigate a complaint against former Iranian president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani. Rafsanjani... Tom L.W. Scheirs 16 6 2000-06-01 Belgium, Iran Human Rights, Torture
Council of Europe Prepares Convention on International Cooperation against (VIIIA) On April 24, 2000, the Council of Europe published a preliminary draft of the world’s first legally binding convention on international cooperation against cybercrime. On April 10, 2000,... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 Europe Cybercrime
U.S. House Judiciary Approves Internet Gambling Prohibition Act (VIIIB) On April 6, 2000, the U.S. House Judiciary Committee passed by a 21-8 vote the Internet Gambling Prohibition Act, a bill that would simultaneously prohibit Internet gambling generally while expanding... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 United States Cybercrime
“Love Bug” Case Shows Gaps in International Cooperation on Cybercrime(VIIIC) On May 3, 2000, a virus occurred that crippled millions of computers worldwide and focused attention on the need to strengthen international cooperation and harmonization of law against cybercrime.... Bruce Zagaris 16 6 2000-06-01 World Cybercrime