E.g., 2024-07
Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
Combating Terrorist Financing: The South American Experience There has been a process of internationalization of criminal law over the last decade with the adoption of new international instruments in penal matters, including a consolidation of what has come... Carlos Eduardo Adriano Japiassú 24 6 2008-06-01 Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Latin America and South America, Peru, Venezuela Asset Forfeiture, Terrorism
Council of Europe Adopts Guidelines for ISP and Law Enforcement Cooperation On April 1-2, 2008, participants of a Council of Europe cybercrime conference in Strasbourg, France, discussed new threats and trends, reviewed the effectiveness of cybercrime legislation, and... Bruce Zagaris 24 6 2008-06-01 Europe Cybercrime, Mutual Legal Assistance
EU Adopts Proposal to Combat Excise Tax Fraud On February 14, 2008, the European Commission adopted a proposal to strengthen the fight against tax fraud and to remove certain unnecessary tax obstacles to the movement of excise goods within the... Bruce Zagaris 24 6 2008-06-01 Europe Fraud, Mutual Legal Assistance, Taxation
Interpol Holds Meeting on International Police Cooperation in the Context of Public International Law: Part II On January 31 and February 1, 2008, the ICPO-INTERPOL General Secretariat held a colloquium on international police cooperation in the context of public international law. A session was held on... Bruce Zagaris 24 6 2008-06-01 World International Organizations
European Commission Examines Links Between Organized Crime and Corruption On February 8, 2008, the European Commission issued a staff working document examining the connection between organized crime and corruption. The paper identifies situations where organized crime (OC... Bruce Zagaris 24 6 2008-06-01 Europe Corruption, European Union, Organized Crime
FATF Issues Paper Calling for Better Terrorist Financing Compliance and Enforcement On February 29, 2008, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) released a paper entitled ?Terrorist Financing? to identify four areas that may be the focus of efforts to further strengthen counter-... Bruce Zagaris 24 6 2008-06-01 World International Organizations, Terrorism
U.S. and EU Discuss Cooperation on Counter-Terrorism, Narcotics, Organized Crime On December 11, 2007, senior U.S. government and EU officials met in Washington and discussed counter-terrorism, narcotics, organized crime and the legal framework of the U.S.-EU justice and law... Bruce Zagaris 24 6 2008-06-01 Europe, United States Drugs & Trafficking, Mutual Legal Assistance, Terrorism
U.K. High Court Rules Against U.K. Government on Ending BAE Saudi Investigation On April 10, 2008, the High Court of Court Justice issued an opinion that the British government had violated its own laws when it ended a criminal investigation by the Serious Fraud Office into arms... Bruce Zagaris 24 6 2008-06-01 Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom Corruption
Caribbean Single Market Economy Countries Agree to Strengthen Enforcement Cooperation During the 13th Special Meeting of the members of the Caribbean Single Market Economy on April 4-5, 2008, an agreement was reached on a strategy and plan of action to combat crime. During the meeting... Bruce Zagaris 24 6 2008-06-01 Caribbean Murder, National Security, Organized Crime
Ecuador Sues Colombian in ICJ Over Aerial Spraying of Toxic Herbicides On March 31, 2008, the Ecuadorian government brought an action in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against Colombia concerning a dispute concerning the alleged ?aerial spraying by Colombia of... Bruce Zagaris 24 6 2008-06-01 Colombia, Ecuador Drugs & Trafficking, International Courts
EU Reports on Slow Implementation of Framework Decision on Confiscation of Crime-Related Proceeds On December 18, 2007, the European Commission adopted a report on the transposal of Council Framework Decision on the confiscation of crime-related proceeds, instrumentalities and property. The... Bruce Zagaris 24 6 2008-06-01 Europe Asset Forfeiture, European Union
Colombian Paramilitary Leader To Be Extradited to the U.S. The Supreme Court of Colombia is allowing paramilitary leader Carlos Jimenez (a.k.a. ?Macaco?) to be extradited to the United States. Jimenez faces charges of drug-trafficking, money laundering and... Anne Kelsey 24 6 2008-06-01 Colombia, United States Drugs & Trafficking, Extradition, Money Laundering