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EU Justice and Home Affairs Council Meets On April 27-28, 2006, the Justice and Home Affairs, Council of the European Union held its 2725th meeting in Luxembourg. Austria, which holds the EU Presidency, prioritized the fight against human... Bruce Zagaris 22 7 2006-07-01 Europe Human Trafficking, European Union, Mutual Legal Assistance
GAO Report on Company Formations Focuses on U.S. Shell Companies, Evidence Gathering Problems On April 25, 2006, the General Accounting Office released Company Formations: Minimal Information Is Collected and Available. The report found that most states do not require ownership information... Bruce Zagaris 22 7 2006-07-01 United States, Russia Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy, Due Diligence, Organized Crime, Privacy
U.K. Calls for Guantánamo Closing, U.S. Asserts States Secrets Defense in Extraordinary Rendition Suit On April 28, 2006, the U.S. Army announced criminal charges against Lt. Col. Steven Jordan, a military intelligence officer who was second-in-charge of interrogations at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.... Bruce Zagaris 22 7 2006-07-01 United States, United Kingdom, China, Albania Human Rights, Law of War, National Security
Bibliography XV. BIBLIOGRAPHY OF BOOKS, ARTICLES AND DOCUMENTS by Bruce Zagaris I. Books A. International Narcotics Control R. Kirk, More Terrible than Death; Violence, Drugs, and America’s War in Colombia,... Bruce Zagaris 22 7 2006-07-01 World Bibliography
ICTY Update On May 3, 2006, the European Union suspended talks on closer ties with Serbia, citing Serbia’s failure to arrest war crimes suspect General Ratko Mladic. Hours after the EU announcement, Miroljub... Bruce Zagaris 22 7 2006-07-01 Balkans, Europe European Union, Genocide, Human Rights, War Crimes
Central African Republic Refers Charges against Former President and Congolese Vice President On April 18, 2006, media reports confirmed that the Central African Republic’s (C.A.R.) highest court had referred former president Ange Felix Patasse and Congolese Vice President Jean-Pierre Bemba... Bruce Zagaris 22 7 2006-07-01 Africa, Congo, Central African Republic Human Rights, War Crimes, International Courts
U.K. Court Backs U.S. Extradition Request in Military Hacker Case A May 10, 2006 decision at London’s Bow Street Magistrates’ Court appears to clear the way for the U.S. extradition request for Gary McKinnon, a U.K. citizen. McKinnon, 40, is sought by the U.S. for... Jed Borod 22 7 2006-07-01 United States, United Kingdom Cybercrime, Extradition
Australian Tax Probe Faces Legal Obstacles Australian Crime Commission (ACC) efforts to detect tax avoidance by Australian residents using Swiss accounts suffered a setback following an April 21, 2006 High Court ruling. In the ruling, the... Bruce Zagaris 22 7 2006-07-01 Switzerland, Australia Money Laundering, Taxation
Security Council Imposes Sanctions Against Four, Fragile Peace Agreement May Resolve Darfur Conflict An April 24, 2006 U.N. Security Council resolution imposed sanctions against four individuals suspected of war crimes in Darfur, while a May 5, 2006 peace agreement may resolve the internecine... Bruce Zagaris 22 7 2006-07-01 World, United States, Sudan International Organizations, Law of War, United Nations, War Crimes, Genocide
South Korean Prosecutors Detain Lone Star President On May 9, 2006, South Korean prosecutors announced the detention of Paul Yoo, president of Lone Star Advisors Korea, on suspicion of embezzlement and breach of trust. In September 2006, Stephen Lee... Bruce Zagaris 22 7 2006-07-01 United States, South Korea Taxation, White Collar Crime
South Korean Tax Authorities Raid French Supermarket Group On April 28, 2006, South Korea’s tax authorities raided the local office of French supermarket group Carrefour, which is selling its Korean outlets to a consortium for $1.85 billion. Approximately... Bruce Zagaris 22 7 2006-07-01 France, South Korea Taxation
U.S. and Mexico Launch Anti-Methamphetamine Initiative On May 18, 2006, U.S. Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales announced new anti-methamphetamine partnerships between the U.S. and Mexico and domestic initiatives to combat meth trafficking at the... Bruce Zagaris 22 7 2006-07-01 United States, Mexico Drugs & Trafficking
OECD Trade Committee Issues Bribery and Export Credit Recommendations On May 11, 2006, the Working Party on Export Credits and Credit Guarantees (EGG), Trade Committee of the OECD issued a statement of recommendations on Bribery and Officially Supported Export Credits... Bruce Zagaris 22 7 2006-07-01 World Corruption, Customs Enforcement, International Organizations, Sanctions