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Title Abstract Author Volumesort ascending Issue Date Published Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
Foreign Assistance Bill Amendments Will Create New Regional Organs On November 19, 1987, the House approved amendments to strengthen narcotics interdiction efforts of the U.S.  Bruce Zagaris 3 12 1987-12-01 United States Drug Enforcement
Justice Letter Clarifies Extraterritorial Application of Money Laundering Act A letter of April 16, 1987, from James Knapp, Deputy Associate Attorney General, to the British Embassy, clarifies the application of the Money Laundering Control Act (MCLA).  From the nature of the... Bruce Zagaris 3 6 1987-07-01 United Kingdom Money Laundering
European Anti-terrorism Meeting Presages Summit Breakthrough On May 28,1987, the top leaders from major Western governments attended a meeting in Paris to discuss increased anti-terrorism cooperation. Bruce Zagaris 3 5 1987-05-01 Europe Counter-terrorism
U.S.-U.S.V.I. Tax Exchange Agreement Analyzed On March 2, 1987, the U.S. Treasury Department announced that the United States and the Virgin Islands concluded a tax implementation agreement to exchange tax information and provide mutual... Bruce Zagaris 3 9 1987-09-01 United States Tax Enforcement
Resolution of Section of International Law on Terrorism Withdrawn On August 8, 1987, at the Annual Convention of the American Bar Association, a resolution by the U.S. Government at the United Nations to Combat Terrorism was withdrawn when several issues were... Bruce Zagaris 3 8 1987-08-01 United States Terrorism
Congressional Hearing on Cuban Political Prisoners Focuses on U.S.-Cuban-Agreement A print of a hearing held on September 24, 1986, on Cuban Political Prisoners by the Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organizations of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, U.S. House of... Bruce Zagaris 3 2 1987-02-01 Cuba Prisoner Rights
U.S. To Cut Bolivian Aid Because of Problems of Narcotics Cooperation The State Department announced at the end of September that it will cut off $8.7 million in aid to Bolivia because the government was not doing enough to eradicate the coca crop which ultimately is... Bruce Zagaris 3 10 1987-10-01 United States Drug Enforcement
European Parliament Countering Budget Fraud Cases The European Parliament is concerned with budget fraud in the member nations of the European Communities.  The Parliament repeatedly expressed its discontent with the lack of action taken by the... Bruce Zagaris 3 3 1987-03-01 Europe Fraud
Power of CFTC to Issue Subpoenas Extraterritorially Is Expanded On November 10, 1986, President Reagan signed into law HR 4613 which gives expanded power under the U.S. Commodity Exchange Act to the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to serve... Cornelia Beck and Bruce Zagaris 3 1 1987-01-01 United States Fraud
Committee Print Outlines Role of Intelligence in International Narcotics Control A print of the hearing on May 7, 1987, entitled "The Role of Intelligence in International Narcotics Control" discusses several issues relevant to international criminal law and related enforcement... Bruce Zagaris 3 11 1987-11-01 United States Drug Enforcement
Certification of Exchange of Information Eligibility Updated In the June 11, 1987 issue of the Federal Register, the Department of Treasury gave notice of certification of exchange of information programs of those U.S. treaty partners that are eligible for the... Bruce Zagaris 3 6 1987-06-01 United States Information Exchange
IRS Increases Compliance on International Issues On March 31, 1987, the Internal Revenue Service at a press conference outlining the duties of the new IRS office of the assistant commissioner (international) announced that it is increasing tax... Bruce Zagaris 3 4 1987-04-01 United States International Cooperation
CIAT and International Experts Participate in First Seminar for Tax Officials Crusade to Combat Tax Evasion in Mexico On June 3-5, 1987, members of the Inter-American Center for Tax Administration (CIAT) and other international experts participated in the first seminar for tax officials on the National Crusade to... Bruce Zagaris 3 12 1987-12-01 Mexico Tax Enforcement
House of Lords Reports on the Future of the European Arrest Warrant after Brexit On July 27, 2017, the European Union Committee (the Committee) of the UK House of Lords published its latest report on the future of the European Arrest Warrant (EAW), titled Brexit: judicial... Michael Plachta 3 8 2017-08-04 United Kingdom International Organizations, National Security, Terrorism
Venezuela & Grenada Announce Anti-Drug Trafficking Agreement In St. George's Grenada, it was announced on July 5 that Grenada and Venezuela will sign an agreement to combat narcotics when President Jaime Lusinchi visits Grenada later in July.  The agreement... Bruce Zagaris 3 7 1987-07-01 Latin America and South America Drug Enforcement
Enforcement Developments of Inter-American Center of Administrators Several developments are under way at the Inter-American Center of Tax Administrators (CIAT) which will strenghten the ability of developing country members to more efficiently undertale enforcement... Bruce Zagaris 3 7 1987-09-01 Latin America and South America Tax Enforcement
Reprint of Hearing on National Drug Enforcement Policy Board Released A reprint of the hearing on "The Role and Activities of the National Drug Enforcement Policy Board," held before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, 99th Cong., Second Session... Bruce Zagaris 3 2 1987-02-01 United States Drug Enforcement
The Swiss Extradition Record in 1986 The Swiss Confederate Department of Justice and Police announced 1986 statistics on its international extradition activities.  Switzerland granted 165 extradition requests and submitted 165... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 3 8 1987-08-01 Switzerland Extradition
U.S.-Dominica Conclude Tax Information Exchange Agreement On October 1, 1987, Dominica and the U.S. concluded a tax information exchange agreement.  The agreement makes Dominica eligible for financing under Section 936 of the Internal Revenue Code, serving... Bruce Zagaris 3 10 1987-10-01 Dominica Taxation
U.S.-Mexican Cooperation Produces Arrest of Corrupt Police in Mexico City Murder But Mexico Rejects U.S. Extradition Requests for Mexicans Wanted in Money Laundering Sting Mexico and the U.S. experienced success in cooperation to arrest and prosecute apparent Mexican police officers wanted in an investigation of the murder of Frederick McPhail, Jr. Bruce Zagaris 3 15 1999-03-01 Mexico Extradition