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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
Report of Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee Makes International Enforcement Law and Policy Recommendations On April 13, 1989, the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Narcotics, Terrorism, and International Operations released a report criticizing the lack of priority given by the U.S. Government... Bruce Zagaris 5 2 1989-05-01 United States Drug Enforcement
Van Raab Supports the Certification of Mexico as Cooperating in Combatting International Narcotics On May 2, William Von Raab, Commissioner of the U.S. Customs Service, testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to discuss the State Department's annual certification report as it... Bruce Zagaris 5 2 1989-05-01 Mexico Drugs & Trafficking
Columbian President Advocates Enhanced International Cooperation against Drug Trafficking On April 14, President Virgilio Barco of Columbia, in a speech to the American Society of Newspaper Editors in Washington, called for enhanced cooperation to combat drug trafficking between Latin... Susan H. Steer 5 2 1989-05-01 Colombia Drug Enforcement
European Community Adopts Regulations on Exporting Precursors In a significant and historical development in the field of regional measures regulating the export of chemical weapons, on February 20, the European Economic Community's Council of Foreign Ministers... Bruce Zagaris 5 2 1989-04-01 Europe Export Enforcement
Mexico and U.S. Conclude Narcotics Cooperation Agreement In a potentially watershed development, the Governments of Mexico and the United States have concluded an agreement to cooperate in combatting narcotics trafficking and drug dependency.  The role of... Bruce Zagaris 5 2 1989-03-01 United States Drug Enforcement
International Narcotics Control Strategy Report Has Little Controversy and Shows Significant Cooperation Trends On March 1, 1989, the Department of State released its International Narcotics Control Strategy Report (INSCR), which it prepared pursuant to Section 481 of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 as... Bruce Zagaris 5 2 1989-03-01 World Drug Enforcement
U.S. Supreme Court Rules Canadian Tax Treaty Allows Enforcement of IRS Summons to Implement Canadian Request In a unanimous decision the U.S. Supreme Court has held that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can issue a summons to obtain tax information in response to a request from Canadian authorities... Bruce Zagaris 5 2 1989-03-01 United States Taxation
Third Circuit Upholds Sentence Under British-US Transfer of Prisoner Treaty The Third Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed the U.S. District Court’s order denying a petition for a writ of habeas corpus in Herrmann v. Meese.  Herrmann was convicted in England of possessing... Bruce Zagaris 5 2 1989-03-01 United Kingdom Adjective Enforcement
Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals Finds That Specialty Doctrine is Not Applicable in Cases of Extradition Based on Use of the Mails- U.S. v. Herbage On August 1, 1988, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit unanimously upheld the convictions and sentences of Alex William Herbage, a British subject extradited from England to... Mark Friedfeld 5 2 1989-03-01 United States Extradition
Stricter Enforcement Is Price for Liberalized Trade On August 23, 1988, President Reagan signed the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988 into law. Teri Simmons 5 2 1989-03-01 United States Jurisdiction
Germany Enacts Enhanced Enforcement Law Against Diversions The German Government has been plagued by criticism for inaction in response to U.S. and German information on export control violations and an ineffective export control system.  Clemens J.M. Kochinke 5 2 1989-03-01 Germany Export Enforcement
Central American Governments Agree to International Enforcement to Monitor and Assist in the Implementation of Peace Accord The foreign ministers of five Central American countries announced that an agreement has been reached on a mechanism to enforce the peace accord. Bruce Zagaris 5 2 1989-02-01 Central America Adjective Enforcement
Congres Gropes For a Solution to the Proliferation of Chemical and Biological Weapons The Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs held hearings on the global spread of chemical and biological weapons February 9 and 10, 1989, to assess the challenges and to consider responses.  CIA... Jens Pohlmann 5 2 1989-02-01 United States Weapons of Mass Destruction
Immunity Granted for U.S. Defendants in Libyan Suit An action brought by 55 Libyan citizens to recover damages for death, personal injury and the destruction of property occurring in the course of air strikes by U.S. military forces on targets in... Stephen Gardner 5 2 1989-02-01 Libya Immunity
Attorney Assistance for Americans Arrested Abroad Every year several thousand Americans are arrested abroad.  Many of them encounter difficulty in finding competent counsel in the countries of arrest.   Bruce Zagaris 5 2 1989-02-01 United States Human Rights
Customs Preclearance Inspection Rules Have Extraterritorial Effect The United States Customs Service has issued in the Federal Register of February 1, 1989, interim rules for the preclearance of passengers and baggage in foreign countries and has invited public... Bruce Zagaris 5 2 1989-02-01 United States Customs Enforcement
Book Review: International Economic Sanctions: Improving the Haphazard U.S. Legal Regime by Barry E. Carter The book highlights and analyzes U.S. laws for imposing economic sanctions for noneconomic foreign policy reasons, including for violations of international criminal law, such as terrorism.  Bruce Zagaris 5 2 1989-02-01 United States Economic Sanctions
GAO Report on U.S. Assistance to Narcotics Control in Colombia and Bolivia Shows Enforcement Fighting a Losing Battle In a report evaluating the effectiveness of assistance provided through the U.S. international narcotics control program, issued on November 1, 1988, the General Accounting Office (GAO) has found... Bruce Zagaris 5 2 1989-02-01 Colombia Drug Enforcement
Convictions Upheld in Coast Guard's $42 Million Drug Bust The United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit upheld the convictions of three out of four defendants that were charged with aiding and abetting the possession of marijuana with intent to... Stephen Gardner 5 2 1989-02-01 United States Drug Enforcement
Presidential Budget Proposals Contain Tax Enforcement Measures President Bush’s budget proposal of February 9, 1989, contains few ideas that may have an impact on international enforcement in the tax area.  The only major item is a proposal to increase funding... Bruce Zagaris 5 2 1989-02-01 United States Tax Enforcement