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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
France Announces Measures to Increase Cooperation against Drugs and in Implementing Schengen French Prime Minister Edouard Balldur has announced a major initiative against drugs. The action included stronger action in France and cooperation abroad. F 85 million (Ecu 15 million) has been... 9 10 1993-10-01 Caribbean, France Drugs & Trafficking, International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement, Law Enforcement, European Commission
Potential Rise in Illicit Narcotics Trafficking after NAFTA On October 5, 1993, during hearings in Congress on the reauthorization of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, U.S. Drug Czar Lee Brown asked about NAFTA’s impact on illicit drug trafficking.... 9 10 1993-10-01 United States, Mexico Drugs & Trafficking, Economic Integration, Drug Enforcement
EC Justice Ministers Order Study on Improving Extradition Practices in Community On September 29, 1993, the European Community Justice Ministers, at an informal meeting at Limelette Castle in central Belgium chaired by their Belgian colleague Melchior Wathelet, adopted a... 9 10 1993-10-01 Europe Extradition, Human Rights, Economic Integration, International Cooperation, European Commission
Milan Magistrates Use Please and Defendant Power of Attorneys to Obtain Swiss Funds In a manner somewhat reminiscent of the court induced waiver of secrecy in the United States, Milan magistrates have devised legal mechanisms for penetrating Swiss bank accounts. They conclude plea... 9 10 1993-10-01 Switzerland, Italy Corruption, Bribery, Financial Crimes, Freezing of Assets
U.S. and Australia Conclude Memorandum of Understanding on Enforcement Cooperation and Related Matters On October 20, 1993, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Arthur Levitt and Australian Securities Commission (ASC) Chairman Alan Cameron signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)... 9 10 1993-10-01 United States, Australia Securities Trade Enforcement, International Cooperation, Securities Exchange Commission
Bilateral Securities Enforcement Cooperation Agreements Grow An example of increased bilateral enforcement cooperation is the recently signed agreements between France and Spain on the one hand, and Quebec and Romania on the other hand. On September 27, 1993,... 9 10 1993-10-01 Canada, France, Spain, Romania Securities Trade Enforcement, International Cooperation, Law Enforcement, Asylum
U.S. Congress Moves Towards the Establishment of Immigration Enforcement Review Commission Act for Monitoring Alleged Human Rights Abuses of the Border Patrol On September 29, 1993, hearings before the Subcommittee on International Law, Immigration, and Refugees, Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. House of Representatives make the creation of a more neutral... 9 10 1993-10-01 United States, Mexico Human Rights, Immigration, Detention, Border Security
U.N. Names Prosecutor for War Crimes Tribunal On October 21, 1993, the Security Council selected the attorney general of Venezuela, Ramon Escover Salom, as the prosecutor of the War Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia. Human rights groups gave... 9 10 1993-10-01 Former Yugoslavia Human Rights, War Crimes, Prosecution
European Parliament Committee Recommends Harmonization of Prison Conditions On September 27-29, 1993, the European Parliament Committee on Civil Liberties and Internal Affairs held a hearing on the need for a code of conduct for the treatment of prisoners in order to... 9 10 1993-10-01 Europe Human Rights, Prisoner Rights, Economic Integration, International Cooperation
OAS Approves Convention on Serving Criminal Sentences Abroad On June 9, 1993, the General Assembly of the Organization of American States approved and opened for signature the Inter-American Convention on Serving Criminal Sentences Abroad, thereby providing an... 9 10 1993-10-01 North America, Latin America and South America Human Rights, Transfer of Prisoners, Treaties, International Cooperation
NAFTA Debate Raises International Criminal Cooperation Issues As the NAFTA ratification debate begins to reach a denouement, focus has been directed towards the sufficiency of international criminal cooperation and its future should NAFTA become a reality. In... 9 10 1993-10-01 North America Money Laundering, Environment, Drugs & Trafficking, Treaties, International Cooperation
Three Firms Discuss New Developments on Int’l Criminal Investigations On October 14, 1993, the Committee on International Criminal Law, Section on Criminal Justice, American Bar Association, held a program on international criminal investigations. Topics included... Bruce Zagaris 9 10 1993-10-01 World International Cooperation, Investigation
Conferences This article lists two conferences: Prisoner Transfer and Witness Security Program; and New Developments in Int’l Law Enforcement Cooperation…[more] 9 10 1993-10-01 World Conferences
Bibliography Bibliography…[more] 9 10 1993-10-01 World Bibliography
Banking Chair Questions Lack of Anti-Money Laundering and Regulatory Protection as a concern for NAFTA On September 28, 1993, House Banking Committee Chairman Henry Gonzalez (D-Texas) expressed concern over the unqualified support given the Federal Reserve (the Fed) and the Securities and Exchange... 9 10 1993-10-01 United States, Mexico Money Laundering, Economic Integration, Securities Exchange Commission, Regulation