Articles

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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
Italy's Liberalized Exchange rules Do Not Remove Fear of Tax Enforcement On June 28, the Italian Government adopted liberalized rules implementing earlier legislation that liberalize the acquisition of shares outside Italy, the holding of foreign currency bank accounts,... Bruce Zagaris 6 8 1990-08-01 Italy Tax Enforcement
Nilsson Provides Highlights of European Anti-Money Laundering Convention On August 7, 1990, during the Presidential Showcase program on international cooperation against European business crimes, Hans Nilsson, Administrator and an attorney with the Council of Europe,... Bruce Zagaris 6 8 1990-08-01 Europe Money Laundering
U.S. Donates Patrol Boat to Malta for Use in Illicit Drug Traffficking and Malta Takes Other Steps to Enhance Its Maritime Patrols The U.S. Government has made a gift of a patrol broat to the Maritime Unit of the Armed Forces of Malta for use against illicit drug trafficking around the Maltese islands. Bruce Zagaris 6 8 1990-08-01 United States Drug Enforcement
Swiss Supreme Court Rules On Judicial Assistance Request In Insider Trading Case The Swiss Supreme Court in Lausanne dismissed an administrative appeal by Pechiney Corp., the US-subsidiary of Pechiney S.A. in France, against the order of the Swiss federal policy authority to... Robert Niedermeier 6 8 1990-08-01 Switzerland White Collar Crime
Interpol Establishes User Fees On July 31, the United States National Central Bureau (USNCB) INTERPOL, published a final rule to establish a system of user fees for the noncriminal inquiries it processes yearly. Bruce Zagaris 6 8 1990-08-01 World INTERPOL
Dutch/US Accord Likely on Status of Force Agreement Turn-Over On August 3, at the meeting of the Committee on International Criminal Law, Section of Criminal Justice, Lt. Col Michael Wims reviewed the Short (aka Blender) case. Bruce Zagaris 6 8 1990-08-01 Netherlands Adjective Enforcement
U.S. District Judge Rules that Charge Against Mexican National Cannot Be Brought Because Abduction Violates Extradition Treaty In a case with far-reaching repercussions, on August 10, 1990, U.S. District Judge Edward Rafeedie ruled that the U.S. did not have jurisdiction over Dr. Humberto Alvarez Machain, a Guadalajara... Bruce Zagaris 6 8 1990-08-01 United States Extradition
Senate Holds Hearings on Anti-Terrorism Act Designed to Provide Victims of Terrorism with Opportunities To Sue Terrorists On July 25, 1990, the Subcommittee on Courts and Administrative Practice, Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate held a hearing on the Anti-Terrorism Act of 1990. Bruce Zagaris 6 8 1990-08-01 United States Terrorism
The U.S. Embargo on Trade with Iraq and The Blocking of Kuwaiti Government Assets On Thursday, August 2, 1990, in response to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, President Bush signed an Executive Order immediately blocking all assets of the Government of Iraq and prohibiting... Joseph P. Griffin and Michael R. Calabrese 6 8 1990-08-01 United States Trade Enforcement
Update on the U.S. Embargo on Trade with Iraq and The Blocking of Kuwaiti Government Assets On Thursday, August 2, 1990, in response to the Iraqi of Kuwait, President Bush signed an Executive Order immediately blocking all assets of the Government of Iraq and prohibiting transactions with... Joseph P. Griffin and Michael R. Calabrese 6 8 1990-08-01 United States Trade Enforcement