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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
A Progress Report: Inter-American Cooperation to Combat Drugs One of the major items to be considered at the sixteenth regular meeting of the General Assembly of the Organization of American States, to be held November 10-16, 1986, is inter-American cooperation... Bruce Zagaris 2 9 1986-10-01 World Drug Enforcement
Caribbean Regional Police Training Centre Increases Funding The Barbados Government has increased its funding for the Regional Police Training Centre (RPTC).  The allocation of $1,046,622 in the 1986-87 Estimates under Grants to Public Institutions... Bruce Zagaris 2 9 1986-09-01 Barbados Law Enforcement
Senate to Deny Tax Benefits to Companies in Terrorist Countries On September 22, 1986, during a debate on the 1987 budget reconciliation measure, the Senate agreed by a voice vote to an amendment that would deny foreign tax credits and deferral of taxes on income... Bruce Zagaris 2 9 1986-09-01 United States Taxation
Tax Overhaul Bill Uses Immigration for Compliance Section 1234 of the tax overhaul bill (HR 38338) requires that any person who applies for a U.S. passport or renewal of a passport, or applies for permanent residency (e.g., a green card) must... Bruce Zagaris 2 9 1986-09-01 United States Taxation
Cubana Air Crash Case Ends Controversially in Venezuela On September 2, 1986, the case of the Cubana aircraft, which exploded in mid-air, blown up by anti-Castro terrorists in the mid-seventies, has ended controversially.  Chief Judge of the First Penal... Bruce Zagaris 2 9 1986-09-01 Venezuela Theft
Abdallah Case Heightens in Wake of Paris Terrorism Attacks In the wake of the Paris bombings, the case of George Ibrahim Abdallah and the applicability of French criminal procedure as well as international criminal cooperation, particularly extradition... Bruno de Bouillane 2 9 1986-09-01 France Terrorism
Americans Plotting Overthrow of Suriname Government Plead Guilty On September 18, 1986, Tommy Lynn Denley, of Grenada, Mississippi, and John Ambielli, of Lafayette, Lousiana, pleaded guilty to conspiring to violate the United States Neutrality Act in a July... Bruce Zagaris 2 9 1986-09-01 Suriname Court Conviction
Nicaragua v. US: Judgment of International Ct. of Justice On June 27, 1986, the International Court of Justice, in an historic decision, found United States intervention in Nicaragua to be in violation of the most fundamental precepts of international law... Judith C. Appelbaum and David Wippmanl 2 9 1986-09-01 Nicaragua Adjective Enforcement
Nicaragua Brings New Action Against Honduras and Costa Rica in World Court The Government of Nicaragua has recently filed suit against the Governments of Honduras and Costa Rica at the International Court of Justice ("the World Court"), claiming that military actions by... Jay Rosenthal 2 9 1986-09-01 Nicaragua Adjective Enforcement
Swiss Court Further Defines Judicial Assistance Limits On July 2, 1986, the Swiss Federal Court, the highest court of the Swiss Confederation, remanded in part a decision of the Swiss Federal Office for Police Matters (BAP) which granted an Italian... Bruce Zagaris 2 9 1986-09-01 Switzerland Adjective Enforcement
UK Concedes Political Offense Stand to India in Extradition In a breakthrough, the U.K. announced on September 18, 1986 that it has offered to begin negotiations of an extradition convention next month with India.  The announcement is significant because the... Bruce Zagaris 2 9 1986-09-01 United Kingdom Extradition
U.S. & Turks & Caicos Conclude Interim Cooperation Agreement On September 18, 1986, it was announced that the United States and the British Government, acting on behalf of the Turks and Caicos, concluded an interim agreement supplementing the Single Narcotics... Bruce Zagaris 2 9 1986-09-01 Turks and Caicos Bank Secrecy
Canada Vigorously Enforces ICJ Decision on Ocean Boundary An uneasy calm has settled over the Georges Bank off New England.  While the U.S. Government has selected to ignore the decisions of the World Court in other regions, the Court's ruling on the U.S.-... Peter Brown 2 9 1986-09-01 Canada Maritime
U.N. Draft Convention Against Traffic in Narcotic Drugs On June 17, 1986, the U.N. Economic and Social Council's Commission on Narcotic Drugs released its Draft Convention against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances.  The draft... Bruce Zagaris 2 9 1986-09-01 United States Drug Enforcement
Deputy A.G. Calls For Task Force for INS/Narcotics Cooperation In an address on September 12, 1986, before the joint meeting of the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York and the District of New Jersey Law Enforcement Coordinating Committees (LECCs), Arnold... Bruce Zagaris 2 9 1986-09-01 United States Drug Enforcement
Omnibus Drug Bill Close to Enactment as 99th Congress Closes As the session of Congress winds down, the Omnibus Drug Bill is rushing to enactment.  The bills have serveral titles and provisions which will have an important impact on international enforcement... Bruce Zagaris 2 9 1986-09-01 United States Drug Enforcement
New Costa Rican Deportation Statute Being Tested In mid-August 1986, Costa Rica enacted a new deportation statute which is already finding spectacular application in the case of Maneul Elizalde, the former head of the Philippine minorities agency... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 2 9 1986-09-01 Costa Rica Deportation
Coast Guard Appropriation Removes Defendants' Right to Raise International Law Defenses On a related matter the Senate Commerce Committee by a vote of 13-0 approved H.R. 4208 which would provide $2.5 billion for the United States Coast Guard in fiscal 1987.  The bill contains a... Bruce Zagaris 2 9 1986-09-01 United States Maritime
Agenda for 8th U.N. Congress on Prevention of Crime & Treatment of Offenders At its Ninth Session (Vienna, 5-14 March 1986), the United Nations agreed upon topics for discussion at the Eighth Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders (1990).   Gael M. Kerrigan 2 9 1986-09-01 World Criminal Procedure/Proceedings
Commonwealth Law Ministers Make Progress on Cooperation Law ministers from 31 Commonwealth countries met for a second time, July 29-August 1, 1986, in Harare Zimbabwe to discuss issues of mutual assistance in criminal matters.  It was decided during the... Leesteffy Jenkins and Bruce Zagaris 2 9 1986-09-01 British Commonwealth Mutual Legal Assistance