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Title Abstract Authorsort ascending Volume Issue Date Published Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
Charges of Human Rights Violations Against Reagan Relatives of missing Hondurans are preparing to file a criminal lawsuit against Ronald Reagan and the United States Army for the disappearance of at least 150 Hondurans. The charges against the U.S.... Sharla Leigh Evert 10 1 1994-01-01 United States, Honduras Human Rights, Immunity, Crimes against Humanity, Detention
Hong Kong Cooperates with Europe on Illegal Immigrants Hong Kong immigration controls are considered effective by many countries, mainly because the use of Hong Kong as a springboard to illegally enter countries in Europe and America has diminished... Sharla Leigh Evert 10 1 1994-01-01 United States, Europe, Hong Kong Immigration, International Cooperation, Smuggle, Border Security
Communist Extradition Causes a Political Storm in Belarus On January 15, 1994, Belarus extradited Mykolas Burokevicius and Juozas Jarmalavicius, leaders of the underground Lithuanian Communist Party, to Lithuania. Lithuanian and Belarussian officials... Sharla Leigh Evert 10 2 1994-02-01 Belarus, Lithuania Extradition, Treaties
Ukrainian-American Group Challenges Constitutionality of OSI?s Enforcement of Holtzman Amendment The American Ukrainian Political Action Council (AUPACUS) filed a lawsuit on January 3, 1994, to enjoin the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Office of Special Investigations (OSI), and the... Sharla Leigh Evert 10 2 1994-02-01 United States, Ukraine Human Rights, Immigration, Treaties
Increased Antinarcotic Efforts Between China and the United States On January 25, 1994, China and the United States signed a memorandum on cooperation to increase joint efforts to fight drug trafficking and illegal immigration. The agreement emphasized intensified... Sharla Leigh Evert 10 3 1994-03-01 United States, China Immigration, Drugs & Trafficking, International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement
War Crimes Proceedings Without the Accuse When the Yugoslavia war crimes trials get under way, possibly before the end of 1994, charges will be filed against defendants, whether or not they appear before the court. The international tribunal... Sharla Leigh Evert 10 3 1994-03-01 Former Yugoslavia Extradition, Human Rights, United Nations, Sanctions, International Criminal and Comparative Law, Warrants, International Criminal Tribunal
International Drug Rivalry Grows in Curacao as EU Contemplates Action The European Union (EU) has acted to resist the proliferation of drug trafficking in the Caribbean through measures such as the establishment of the Caribbean FinancialAction Task Force (CFATF),... Sharla Leigh Evert 10 1 1994-01-01 Curaçao Kidnaping, Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, Robbery, Violence
Global Cooperation: the Bedrock of an Effective Enforcement System? The 39th Annual Conference of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) kicked off earlier this year in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from September 28th to October 3rd.  Every year... Shanzeh Toseef 30 14 2016-08-17 Brazil OECD, Securities Exchange Commission, Securities Law, Securities Trade Enforcement
Operation Hurricane: Brazil’s War on Illegal Gambling, Corruption and Money Laundering In a well-coordinated series of raids – appropriately code-named Operation Hurricane – launched in late April and encompassing three states and the Federal District, Brazil’s Federal Police [Polícia... Sergio Sardenberg and Francisco A. Fabiano Mendes 23 9 2007-09-01 United States, Brazil Money Laundering, Corruption, International Gaming
Brazilian House Passes Anti-Money Laundering Bill On November 16, 1997, the Brazilian House passed an anti-money laundering bill proposed by the Executive Branch that will criminalize money laundering for the first time... [more] Sergio Sardenberg and Bruce Zagaris 13 12 1997-12-01 Brazil Money Laundering
International Custom and Treaties in Eighth Amendment Analysis after Stanford: A Death Knell for Thompson Last year in Thompson v. Oklahoma, the Supreme Court struck down an Oklahoma statute under which the state sought the death penalty for juvenile offenders. Scott N. Carlson 5 7 1989-07-01 United States Human Rights
Nicaragua v. Honduras After the Tela Agreement Directly following the conclusion of Military and Paramilitary Activities in and Against Nicaragua (Nicaragua v. United States) in 1986, the Nicaraguan Government filed suits against both Costa Rica... Scott N. Carlson 5 10 1989-10-01 Central America Jurisdiction
Thailand Proposes a New Money Laundering Law Despite the slow way that it has tackled drug money laundering in the past, the Royal Thai Government seems to be adopting a tougher approach to tackling drug trafficking with its consideration the... Scott MacDonald 10 6 1994-06-01 Thailand Money Laundering, Drugs & Trafficking, Fraud, Economic Integration, Smuggle, 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
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
Second Circuit Rejects Forfeiture of Building Controlled by Government of Iran in Violation of Economic Sanctions On July 20, 2016, the Second Circuit overturned the District Court for the Southern District of New York’s decision to forfeit an approximately $1 billion dollar New York City office building on the... Scott Buzzard 32 8 2016-08-12 Iran, United States Asset Forfeiture, Asset Seizure, Compliance, Conspiracy, Criminal Procedure/Proceedings, Economic Sanctions, Evidence Gathering, Law Enforcement, Lawsuits, Sanctions
June 2016 Bibliography Scott Buzzard 32 6 2016-06-03
Due Process vs. Sovereign Immunity: The Impact of the Supreme Court of Canada’s Decision in World Bank v. Wallace on Global Anti-Corruption Efforts On April 29, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) rendered a decision in World Bank Group v. Wallace that may have a significant impact on the way international organizations like the World Bank... Scott Buzzard 32 6 2016-06-17 Bangladesh, Canada Civil Rights, Comparative and International Law, Criminal Procedure/Proceedings, Disclosure, Due Diligence, Evidence Gathering, Evidence Sharing, Fair Use, International Cooperation, International Courts, International Criminal and Comparative Law, International Organizations, Jurisdiction, Lawsuits, Legal Ethics, Sovereignty, Trial, World Bank
Money Launderer for the Sinaloa Cartel Extradited to San Antonio On July 26, 2016, Mauricio Sanchez-Garza made his initial appearance in federal court in San Antonio, TX following his extradition from Mexico the day before. In December 2010, Sanchez was charged in... Scott Buzzard 32 8 2016-08-18 Mexico, United States Arrest, Conspiracy, Court Conviction, Criminal Procedure/Proceedings, Drug Enforcement, Drugs & Trafficking, Extortion, Extradition, Indictment, Money Laundering, Murder
Africa Becomes Part of the International Drug Trade The illicit drug trade and money laundering are usually perceived as problems related to the Americas, Europe and parts of Asia. Yet, in the 1990s, Africa is joining the chain of drug production,... Scott B. MacDonald 8 10 1992-12-01 Africa Border Security, Drugs & Trafficking, Law Enforcement, Smuggle