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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
Proliferation of Actions in Foreign Courts & International Tribunals Against Secret US Prisons In November 2005, a proliferation of criminal investigations and trials closely followed revelations that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency has held suspects in secret prisons in various countries... Bruce Zagaris 22 1 2006-01-01 United States, Europe, Cuba, Afghanistan, Thailand Human Rights, Law of War, National Security, Transfer of Prisoners, Prisoner Rights
Haitian Government Sues Aristide in U.S. to Recover State Telco Funds On November 3, 2005, several law firms representing the Haitian government filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Miami against Haitian former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, accusing him of... Bruce Zagaris 22 1 2006-01-01 United States, Haiti Corruption, White Collar Crime
ICTY Tribunal Adjourns Milosevic Trial and Considers Severing Kosovo Indictment On November 16, 2005, the International Criminal Tribunal for War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia adjourned the trial of Slobodan Milosevic until the following week after Mr. Milosevic complained... Bruce Zagaris 22 1 2006-01-01 Balkans Human Rights, War Crimes, International Courts
Senate Foreign Relations Committee Holds Hearings on Four Treaties On November 15, 2005, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a short hearing on four international criminal cooperation treaties, namely proposed extradition treaties with the U.K. and Israel... Bruce Zagaris 22 1 2006-01-01 United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Japan, Israel Extradition, Transfer of Prisoners, Mutual Legal Assistance
OECD Global Forum Meeting in Melbourne a Standoff On November 15-16, 2005, more than 130 representatives of 55 governments, the Commonwealth Secretariat and the European Commission met in Melbourne, Australia, to review progress towards a level... Bruce Zagaris 22 1 2006-01-01 World International Organizations, Taxation
Pakistan Extradites Taliban Fugitives to Afghanistan On October 27, 2005, Afghanistan officials announced that Pakistan has extradited 14 Taliban fugitives to Afghanistan, the first such move by the Islamabad government since U.S.-led Coalition Forces... Bruce Zagaris 22 1 2006-01-01 Afghanistan, Pakistan Extradition
UK EU Presidency Issues Paper on Balance between Liberty and Security In September 2005, the United Kingdom Presidency of the European Union (EU) issued a paper examining the appropriate balance between counter-terrorism and international human rights policies. The... Bruce Zagaris 22 1 2006-01-01 Europe, United Kingdom Human Rights, National Security, Terrorism, European Union
U.S. Detention Policy Controversies Continue Three years after the Bush Administration developed its unique approache to counter-terrorism enforcement ? a war paradigm, detaining persons and declaring them enemy combatants so that they can be... Bruce Zagaris 22 1 2006-01-01 United States Human Rights, Law of War, National Security, Terrorism, Prisoner Rights
EU Council Decision on Exchange of Information and Cooperation on Terrorism On September 20, 2005, the Council of the European Union issued a decision on the exchange of information and cooperation concerning terrorist offenses. Article 2(1) requires each EU Member to... Bruce Zagaris 22 1 2006-01-01 Europe Terrorism, European Union, Mutual Legal Assistance