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Trinidad Prime Minister Reiterates Call for International Commission of Inquiry On August 9, 1988, in an address at the American Bar Association's Annual Convention in Torontom Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister A.N.R. Robinson repeated his call for the establishment of an... Bruce Zagaris 4 8 1988-08-01 Trinidad and Tobago Investigation
INS Recommends Preservation of Immigration Marriage Fraud Amendments Act In a report of May 11,1988, Immigration and Naturalization Service Commissioner Alan C. Nelson recommended that the Immigration Marriage Fraud Amerndments Act (IMFA) of 1986 be kept intact.  The IMFA... Bruce Zagaris 4 8 1988-08-01 United States Immigration
Commission of the European Communities' Green Paper on Copyright and the Challenge of Technology On June 7, 1988 the Commission of the European Communities released a Communication from the Commission entitled "Green Paper on Copyright and the Challenge of Technology- Copyright Issues Requiring... Jay A. Rosenthal, Esq. 4 8 1988-08-01 Europe Copyright
Bill Imposing Tougher Sanctions Against South Africa Progresses In February 1987, Representative Ron Dellums (D-CA) and Senator Alan Cranston (D-CA) introduced HR.1589 and S.556 to impose comprehensive sanctions against South Africa.  The bills would amend the... Steve Smith 4 8 1988-08-01 South Africa Human Rights
Inter-American Court Finds Honduras Guilty of Disappearance On July 29, 1988, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereafter the "Court") in a far-reaching opinion ruled in favor of Juan Manfredo Velasquez Rodriguez, ordering payment of damages by the... Ricardo Martinez Tanoira and Bruce Zagaris 4 8 1988-08-01 Honduras Human Rights
Court Finds Jurisdiction Over Department of Commerce Reversal of Export Control Denial In a landmark decision in Dart v. United States on May 31, 1988, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia found, per Mikva, Circuit Judge, that judicial review of export... Ralph J. Mehnert 4 8 1988-08-01 United States Export Enforcement
Book Review: Bakerics/Wilson/Weigel, Anti-dumping, Countervailing Duty, and Other Trade Actions; Practicing Law Institute Foreign parties often view U.S. trade actions as criminal actions or hybrids of a criminal and administrative nature.  Counterveiling and anti-dumping duties are seen as quasi-penalties, and bars to... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 4 8 1988-08-01 United States Trade Enforcement
Congressional Subcommittee Investigates Drug Trafficking for Assisting Contras On July 28, 1988, the Subcommittee on Crime House Committee on the Judiciary held an oversight hearing on the "Enforcement of Federal Narcotics, Money Laundering and Firearms Laws."  It represented... Ricardo Martinez Tanoira 4 8 1988-08-01 United States Drugs & Trafficking
Inter-American Center of Tax Administrators Holds Session on Ways to Discourage Tax Evasion and Avoidance On May 9-13, 1988, the 22nd CIAT General Assembly was held in Brasilia under the sponsorship of the Secretariat of the Federal Revenue of Brazil.  Participants from 22 CIAT member countries, 13... Bruce Zagaris 4 8 1988-08-01 Brazil Tax Enforcement
European Community Discuss Cooperation over Terrorism at Sea in Wake of Attack on Greek Cruise Ship In the wake of the attack by terrorists on the Greek cruise ship "City of Poros" on July 11, the Greek Foreign Minister Papoulias, during the twelve European Community countries meeting in Athens on... Bruce Zagaris 4 8 1988-08-01 Greece Terrorism
Anti-Terrorism Controls Applied to People's Republic of Korea The Bureau of Export Administration, Department of Commerce, has amended the Export Administration Regulations, 15 C.F.R. Parts 368-399, by covering the People's Republic of Korea with anti-terrorism... Bruce Zagaris 4 8 1988-08-01 North Korea Counter-terrorism
Subcommittee on International Assistance in Criminal Matters, White Collar Crime Committee, Section of Criminal Justice Forms On August 4, 1988, the Subcommittee on International Assistance in Criminal Matters announced its formation and proposed plans.  The Subcommittee will consider aspects of international assistance in... Bruce Zagaris 4 8 1988-08-01 World Adjective Enforcement
Senate Foreign Relations Committee MLAT Vote Postponed On August 11, 1988, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee cancelled the scheduled meeting to vote on the six pending Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties (MLATs) due to a lack of quorum.  Bruce Zagaris 4 8 1988-08-01 United States Mutual Legal Assistance
House Considers International Securities Enforcement Bill On August 3, 1988, the Subcommittee on Telecommunications and Finance, Committee on Energy and Commerce, U.S. House of Representatives, held a hearing on H.R. 4945, the "International Securities... Bruce Zagaris 4 8 1988-08-01 Securities Trade Enforcement
British Court Grants Canada's Extradition Request for Sikh On August 9, 1988, a British court ordered the extradition of Inderjit Singh Reyat, who is wanted in British Columbia in connection with a bombing at a Tokyo airport in 1985.  After an eleven day... Bruce Zagaris 4 8 1988-08-01 United States Extradition