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European Ministers of Justice Sign Convention on the Enforcement of Foreign Criminal Sentences and Other Acts On November 14, during the Intergovernmental Conference of Ministers of Justice, the nine Justice Ministers signed a convention on the enforcement of foreign criminal sentences. The Convention... 7 11 1991-11-01 Europe EU Justice and Home Affairs Council, European Union, International Cooperation, International Organizations
Environmentalists Finally Hook Japan to End the Use of Drift Net Fishing In an important victory for environmental groups seeking to jump-start international environmental enforcement law, on November 26, the Japanese cabinet approved a moratorium on drift net fishing on... 7 12 1991-12-01 Japan Environment, Wildlife
Sweden Drops Assange Rape Investigation, as Assange Remains in the Ecuadorean Embassy On May 19, 2017, Swedish prosecutor Marianne Ny announced that Sweden is dropping the rape investigation and revoking the arrest warrant for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange because it was impossible... 2017-05-26 Sweden, United Kingdom, United States Espionage, Extradition, Rape
Grenada Takes Anti-Drug Action As a result of the increasing use of Grenada and the Eastern Caribbean as a transshipment point for narcotics, mainly en route to the U.S., Grenada has begun taking action. In April 1991, Grenada... 8 7 1992-07-01 Grenada Asset Forfeiture, Drug Enforcement, Drugs & Trafficking, Legislation, Organized Crime
Money Laundering: Update on Germany and Italy In June 1991, after receiving final approval by the European Community, the directive to fight money laundering within the EC gave member states one year within which to pass necessary legislation... 8 8 1992-08-01 Germany, Italy Drugs & Trafficking, Legislation, Money Laundering
Peru-U.S. Sign New Drug Cooperation Agreement In a potentially important breakthrough in anti-drug cooperation on May 15, 1991, the U.S. and Peru announced the signing of an agreement on anti-drug cooperation that emphasizes, inter alia,... 7 5 1991-05-01 Peru, United States Drug Enforcement, Drugs & Trafficking, International Cooperation
Anti-terrorist Cooperation among Turkey, Iran, Arab States On September 14, 1992, an agreement on security and cooperation between Turkey and Iran was signed in Tehran condemning all types of terrorism, its methods, its sources, as well as its international... 8 10 1992-10-01 Iran, Turkey Border Security, Drugs & Trafficking, International Cooperation, International Law, Terrorism
Bolivian General Accuses US DEA Agents of Foul Play According to media reports, Bolivian general Jorge Moreira, the commander in chief of the Bolivian Armed Forces, has declared that he has requested the identification and expulsion of the Drug... 7 7 1991-07-01 Bolivia Drug Enforcement, Drugs & Trafficking, Extradition
Caribbean Heads of Government Agree to Establish a Regional Center for Drug Law Enforcement Officers On July 5, following the 12th Conference of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Heads of Government meeting, the communique mentioned that the Heads of Government endorsed the proposal by the... 7 7 1991-07-01 Caribbean Drug Enforcement, Drugs & Trafficking
Danish and Russian Governments Initiate Cooperation to Combat Illicit Narcotics Trafficking and Other Matters Signaling a positive new cooperative venture, Danish National Police Chief Ivar Boye visited the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Moscow. Even though no binding official agreements have been reached... 8 11 1992-11-01 Denmark, Russia Drugs & Trafficking, International Cooperation, Law Enforcement
Workshop on Principles and Procedures for a New Transnational Criminal Law This International Workshop on "Principles and Procedures for a new Transnational Criminal Law," held at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law from May 21-24, 1991,... 7 8 1991-08-01 World
European Community Resuscitates Project to Criminalize Fraud against its Resources On November 15, the European Community, acting through the ministers of the Twelve in the framework of the Legal Council, decided to revive a project of the anti-fraud coordination unit (UCLAF) that... 7 11 1991-11-01 European Union, Europe European Union, Fraud
U.S. and Mexico Resolve Dispute Over Kidnapping Without Resort to Formal Changes to the Extradition Treaty, but Mexico Declines Further Drug Aid Due to U.S. Inability to Respect the Rule of Law in Mexico After two weeks of intense negotiations, the United States and Mexican governments have resolved for now the controversy over the kidnapping of Mexican citizens, particularly Dr. Alvarez-Machain. For... 8 7 1992-07-01 Mexico, United States Drug Enforcement, Drugs & Trafficking, Extradition, Kidnaping, Legislation, Murder, Treaties
South-East Asia Anti-Piracy Center Established On October 1, 1992, the International Maritime Bureau (IMB), based in the London suburbs, announced the establishment of a 24-hour center to counter piracy in the seas of South-east Asia in Kuala... 8 10 1992-10-01 Asia International Criminal and Comparative Law, International Organizations, Maritime, Piracy
UN Agrees to Supervise US-Peru Anti-Drug Accord The media reported on July 10 that the United Nations has agreed to help implement the bilateral agreement between the U.S. and Peru to combat illicit trafficking in drug. 7 7 1991-07-01 Peru, United States Drug Enforcement, Drugs & Trafficking, International Cooperation
Cambridge Association Formed to Foster Co-operation Between Crime Experts Worldwide Last month's conference on economic crime at Cambridge was attended by 150 delegates from 50 countries. Here, we review some of the highlights and announce the launch of the Cambridge Association. 7 11 1991-11-01 United States International Cooperation, International Organizations, Organized Crime
Bolivia Extradites Alleged Narcotics Traffickers While U.S. and Bolivia Discuss Improved Extradition Cooperation On July 10, 1992, Bolivia extradited Beatriz Asunta Roca Suarez, the first Bolivian citizen extradited for narcotics trafficking and money laundering allegations. Ms. Roca Suarez, alias “Techo de... 8 7 1992-07-01 Bolivia, United States Drugs & Trafficking, Extradition, International Cooperation, Money Laundering, Prosecution, Treaties
Large Drive Globally to More Aggressively Enforce Internationally Intellectual Property Rights Around the world trade associations and coalitions of intellectual property groups are aggressively taking action to enforce the protection of intellectual property rights. Two of the biggest areas... 8 10 1992-10-01 World Counterfeiting, Customs, Intellectual Property, International Cooperation, Piracy
8Japan Collects Documents on Questionable Hawaiian Real Estate Transactions On October 16, 1992, Japan’s National Tax Administration Agency announced that, with the cooperation of the Internal Revenue Service, it has obtained documents regarding questionable Hawaiian real... 8 11 1992-11-01 Japan, United States International Cooperation, Tax Enforcement, Taxation
U.S. Congress Holds Hearing on Extradition Policy in Aftermath of Alvarez-Machain Decision On June 22, 1992, the House Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights convened its first in a series of hearings on U.S. policy on extradition and particularly the... 8 7 1992-07-01 United States Extradition, Fugitive, International Law, Jurisdiction, Kidnaping, Legislation, Treaties