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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
Asia/Pacific Catches the Money Laundering Bug The Asian/Pacific region is a natural area for the expansion of money laundering operations The combination of drugs and arms trafficking, the smuggling of timber, gems, and other commodities, well-... Scott MacDonald 9 9 2011-09-01 Asia Money Laundering, Arms Trafficking, Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, Drug Enforcement, Smuggle
European Court of Human Rights to Hear Case Against Britain The European Commission of Human Rights has ruled that accusations against the British Government will be heard by the European Court of Human Rights. The accusations concern the killing of three... 9 9 2011-09-01
European Court of Human Rights to Hear Case Against Britain The European Commission of Human Rights has ruled that accusations against the British Government will be heard by the European Court of Human Rights. The accusations concern the killing of three... 9 9 2011-09-01 Europe, United Kingdom, China, Taiwan Human Rights, Sanctions, International Criminal and Comparative Law, European Commission, International Criminal Tribunal
U.S. Cracks Down Against Illegal Textile Transshipments In the wake of continued illegal transshipments of textiles, the Clinton administration is taking steps to increase prosecutions and other enforcement actions against textile transshipments.... 9 9 1993-09-01 United States Trade Enforcement, Customs, Trade Crimes, Investigation, Prosecution
Conviction of Imelda Marcos Provides Cause for Philippines to Forfeit Assets from Switzerland The conviction of former Philippine first lady Imelda Marcos on two criminal corruption charges on September 24, 1993, raises the opportunity for the Philippine Government to facilitate the Marcos... 9 9 1993-09-01 Switzerland, Philippines Corruption, Asset Seizure, Prosecution
U.S. and Cyprus Agree to New Extradition Treaty On September 17, 1993, the United States and Cyprus agreed on a modern extradition treaty to replace the 1931 British-U.S. Extradition Treaty that now applies to Cyprus. According to Cypriot media... 9 9 1993-09-01 United States, Cyprus Extradition, Kidnaping, Treaties, Rendition
California State Treasurer Calls for NAFTA Side Accord on Deportation In a letter dated July 24, 1993, to President Clinton and in a television appearance the following day, State Treasurer Kathleen Brown called for a side pact to the North American Free Trade... 9 9 1993-09-01 United States Human Rights, Immigration, Transfer of Prisoners, Deportation
Demjanjuk Case Underscores Ability to Order Extraditees’ On September 22, 1993 John Demjanjuk left Israel for the United States, ending seven years of proceedings after his extradition from the U.S. in 1986. Although the case has many novel aspects, one of... 9 9 1993-09-01 Israel Extradition, Torture, Holocaust, Prosecution
Terrorism and Foreign Sovereign Immunity: The Time has Come to Remove the Terrorist’s Legal Cloak In the field of international commerce, the rules are rapidly changing to comport with the new realities of developing technology in communication and transportation. Not so, however, with regard to... 9 9 1993-09-01 World Immunity, Jurisdiction, Terrorism, Torture, Sovereignty
U.S. Succeeds in Extraditing Billman From France On September 1, 1993, the media reported that John R. Fornaciari, attorney for fugitive banker Thomas J. Billman, stated that Mr. Billman has stopped fighting extradition from France and would be... 9 9 1993-09-01 France Extradition, Fraud, Conspiracy, Prosecution, Racketeering/RICO
Conferences This article announces a conference that will take place in October 1993 on international criminal investigations…[more] 9 9 1993-09-01 World Conferences
EC Considers Additional Action Against Organized Crime The European Community increasingly is considering steps to strengthen its measures against organized crime. On June 28, 1993, the European Parliament Committee on Organized Crime convened a meeting... 9 9 1993-09-01 Europe Money Laundering, Arms Trafficking, Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, International Cooperation
Bibliography The next Bibliography will appear in the October issue of the International Enforcement Law Reporter. 9 9 1993-09-01 World Bibliography
International Red Cross to Strengthen Enforcement of Humanitarian Law On August 30, 1993, the International Red Cross convened a three-day conference in Geneva on the need to strengthen the protection of war victims and the enforcement of international humanitarian law... 9 9 1993-09-01 World Human Rights, War Crimes, Conferences, Treaties, International Criminal and Comparative Law
Establishment of UN War Crimes Tribunal Delayed by Efforts to Agree on Appointment of Prosecutor and Judge Efforts to establish a tribunal to adjudicate alleged war crimes in the former Yugoslavia are delayed by difficulties in achieving an agreement on a prosecutor and to a lesser extent judges.... 9 9 1993-09-01 Former Yugoslavia United Nations, War Crimes, Prosecution, International Criminal Tribunal
International Law Commission Issues Revised Report of the Working Group on the Draft Statute for International Criminal Court: Part 1 Approximately one year after the International Law Commission voted on May 17, 1993 to reconvene the Working Group on a draft statute for an international criminal court and after holding 22 meetings... 9 9 1993-09-01 World Jurisdiction, Treaties, International Criminal Court, Investigation, Prosecution
The European Community’s Anti-Drug Efforts For more than ten years, the European Community has made efforts to fight illicit drug abuse. A previous article in this publication (concerning the defrauding of the Community budget) noted that the... Bertold L. Baer 9 9 1993-09-01 Europe Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, Treaties, Drug Enforcement, Legislation
Asia/Pacific Catches the Money Laundering Bug The Asian/Pacific region is a natural area for the expansion of money laundering operations The combination of drugs and arms trafficking, the smuggling of timber, gems, and other commodities, well-... Scott MacDonald 9 9 1993-09-01 Asia Money Laundering, Arms Trafficking, Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, Drug Enforcement, Smuggle
Spain Starts Major Trial Against 50 Cocaine Traffickers During the week of September 23, 1993, the trial began of 50 alleged drug traffickers accused of operating a cocaine network from Colombia to Galicia, a province in northwest Spain. The case is said... 9 9 1993-09-01 Colombia, Spain Drugs & Trafficking, Drug Enforcement, Investigation, Prosecution
German Court Convicts Old Leadership of Crimes in Unprecedented On September 16, 1993, a German court convicted three former East German leaders of inciting border guards to kill citizens who tried to flee westward The proceedings were highly unuualy by their... 9 9 1993-09-01 Germany Investigation, Prosecution, Border Security

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