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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
OECD Criticized Japan for its Laxness in Implementing the Anti-Bribery Convention In March 2005, the OECD published a Phase 2 Report that evaluates the Japanese enforcement of the implementing legislation for the Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in... Tetsuya Morimoto 21 6 2005-06-01 Japan Corruption, International Organizations, Bribery
Bibliography of Books, Articles, and Documents Books: A. Law of War and Victims Recovery M.J. Bazyler, Holocaust Justice; the Battle for Restitution in Americas Courts. NYU Press, 2003, 410 p. S. Eizensat, Imperfect Justice; Looted Assets, Slave... Bruce Zagaris 21 6 2005-06-01 World Bibliography
Swiss Government Charges Abacha with Laundering Nigeria?s Looted Funds On April 15, 2005, a Swiss judge charged Abba Abacha, son of the late Nigerian dictator Sani Abacha, with money laundering in connection with billions of dollars in embezzled Nigerian state funds. In... Bruce Zagaris 21 6 2005-06-01 Germany, Switzerland, Nigeria Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy, Fraud, Forgery
Iceland Will Not Help U.S. Know Fischer?s Travel Plans After providing asylum to Bobby Fischer on March 21, 2005, a former U.S. citizen whom the U.S. has tried to extradite from Japan, Iceland has announced it will not tip off the U.S. when the... Bruce Zagaris 21 6 2005-06-01 United States, Japan, Iceland Extradition, Mutual Legal Assistance
British Court Clarifies that Court Counsel Need Not Make Suspicion Activity Reports On March 8, 2005, the Supreme Court of Judicature Court of Appeal, Civil Division, issued an opinion clarifying that the requirements of the British anti-money laundering law obligating lawyers to... Bruce Zagaris 21 6 2005-06-01 United Kingdom Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy
U.S. Indicts and Will Try to Extradite 3 British Nationals on Terrorism Charges On April 12, 2005, the U.S. Attorney General in the Southern District of New York announced the indictment of three British nationals who are being held on terrorism charges in the United Kingdom on... Bruce Zagaris 21 6 2005-06-01 United States, United Kingdom, Pakistan Extradition, Terrorism
U.S. Detention Policies Continue to Experience Criticism The U.S. government published its ten investigative reports on detention abuses while court and administrative proceedings proliferated over individual detention cases. Meanwhile, the UN tried to... Bruce Zagaris 21 6 2005-06-01 World, United States, Afghanistan, Turkey Human Rights, International Organizations, National Security, Terrorism, United Nations, Torture, Prisoner Rights
Top Human Rights Investigator Fired after Critical Report Published on Coalition Activities in Afghanistan Amidst strong U.S. pressure, the United Nations fired its top human rights official tasked with monitoring activities in Afghanistan after the release of a report that was critical of U.S.-led... Jason McClurg 21 6 2005-06-01 United States, Afghanistan Human Rights, International Organizations, Terrorism, United Nations
Eurojust Issues Rules of Procedure on the Processing and Protection of Personal Data On March 19, 2005, Eurojust issued rules of procedure on the processing and protection of personal data that try to balance the need for judicial assistance in serious crime investigations, emergency... Bruce Zagaris 21 6 2005-06-01 Europe European Union, Mutual Legal Assistance, International Courts, Privacy, Economic Integration
UN Security Council Makes First Referral to ICC in Darfur Case On March 31, 2005, acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations (UN), the UN Security adopted Resolution 1593 to refer the situation in Darfur since July 1, 2002 to the Prosecutor of... Bruce Zagaris 21 6 2005-06-01 United States, France, United Kingdom, Africa, Sudan Human Rights, United Nations, Genocide, International Courts
European Council Issues Decision on Mutual Recognition to Financial Penalties On February 24, 2005, the European Council issued a Council Framework Decision on the application of the principle of mutual recognition to financial penalties that will facilitate the recognition... Bruce Zagaris 21 6 2005-06-01 Europe European Union, Mutual Legal Assistance