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Title Abstract Authorsort ascending Volume Issue Date Published Geography Subject Areas
DC Circuit Appeals Court Bars U.S. Government from Forcibly Transferring U.S. ISIS Suspect On May 7, 2018, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled that the United States cannot forcibly transfer an American ISIS suspect being held in Iraq to another... Zarine Kharazian 34 5 2018-05-25 Terrorism
Senate Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism Tackles Virtual Currencies, Shell Companies, and Foreign Interference in U.S. Elections On Tuesday, June 26, 2018, the Senate Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism held a hearing titled, Protecting Our Elections: Examining Shell Companies and Virtual Currencies as Avenues for Foreign... Zarine Kharazian 34 7 2018-07-13 Cybercrime
Justice Department and Microsoft Set to Square Off Before Supreme Court in Landmark Data Privacy Case On October 16, 2017, the Supreme Court granted the Department of Justice’s petition for a writ of certiorari in its dispute with Microsoft over access to private emails stored at Microsoft’s Dublin,... Zarine Kharazian 33 10 2017-10-27 United States Data Privacy
Justice Department and CFTC Team Up to Crackdown on Individuals, European Banks for Commodities Market Spoofing On Monday, January 29, 2018, the Justice Department announced charges against eight individuals accused of manipulating U.S. commodities markets for financial gain. Seven of the eight... Zarine Kharazian 34 2 2018-02-16 United States Charged with Crimes, Cybercrime, Economic Crimes, Financial Supervision, Fraud, Securities Exchange Commission, Securities Law
Joint US-Colombia Enforcement Effort Arrests Five Connected To Recent String of Violent Jewelry Robberies Law enforcement officials in the United States and Colombia have arrested one Honduran and four Colombian nationals for their suspected role in a string of violent robberies targeting travelling... Zarine Kharazian 33 8 2017-08-04 Colombia, United States Drugs & Trafficking, Law Enforcement, Organized Crime
Money Laundering (Proceeds of Drug Trafficking) Bill 1994 In July 1994, The Bahamas ratified the Treaty between the United States and The Bahamas on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters. The Treaty provided for the immobilization of forfeitable assets of... Z.C. Allyson Gibson 11 6 1995-06-01 United States, Bahamas Money Laundering, Drugs & Trafficking, Asset Forfeiture, Treaties
Bahamas Prepares Money Laundering (Proceeds of Crime) Act 1995 In July, 1990, the Bahamas ratified the Treaty between the United States and the Bahamas on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters. The Treaty provided for the immobilization of forfeitable assets of... Z.C. Allyson Gibson 12 1 1996-01-01 United States, Bahamas Money Laundering, Drugs & Trafficking, Asset Forfeiture, Treaties, Asset Seizure, International Cooperation, Financial Crimes, Financial Supervision, Banking Supervision
INTERPOL Red Notice Abuse: Which Member Countries are the Primary Offenders? During the past two years, INTERPOL has carried out important reforms.  It has expanded the rights of individuals who seek access to or deletion of information about them in the organization’s... Yuriy Nemets 33 5 2017-05-12 International Organizations, Law Enforcement
INTERPOL's Power to Prevent Diffusion Abuse: Legal, Political and Technological Considerations (in response to Dr. Theodore Bromund's 'INTERPOL's Lack of Power to Act Preemptively in Fighting Government Abuse of the Diffusion System') The Commission for the Control of INTERPOL’s Files is an independent body with the exclusive power to adjudicate complaints from individuals seeking the deletion of information about them... Yuriy Nemets 35 7 2019-07-12 INTERPOL, International Organizations
86th INTERPOL General Assembly: Mixed Messages for Refugees On September 26, 2017, in Beijing, Chinese President Xi Jinping officially welcomed the 86th INTERPOL General Assembly.  As this year’s host of the INTERPOL “body of the supreme authority” and a... Yuriy Nemets 33 10 2017-10-13 China Human Rights, INTERPOL
Mass Prosecutions and INTERPOL Red Notice Abuse In late November 2013, the president of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych, announced his country’s decision to suspend its bid for membership in the European Union in favor of maintaining trade... Yuriy Nemets 33 9 2017-08-25 Turkey, Ukraine INTERPOL, International Organizations
INTERPOL’s Power to Act Preemptively in Fighting Government Abuse In May 2018, Spanish authorities detained Bill Browder, a prominent critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin.  It has been alleged that Spain acted on an active Russian request disseminated... Yuriy L. Nemets 35 5 2019-05-03 Russia, Spain INTERPOL
Denying Authoritarian Regimes INTERPOL Presidency Won't Stop Them From Using INTERPOL to Persecute Political Opponents; in Fact, it Won't Even Slow Them Down Following his mysterious disappearance and arrest in China, Meng Hongwei resigned as INTERPOL’s President in October 2018, leaving INTERPOL no option but to find a successor.  Among the... Yuriy L. Nemets 35 3 2019-03-01 China, Russia Extradition, Human Rights, INTERPOL, Information Exchange
Policing Without Frontiers: Coping With Terrorism, Drugs and Crime In the EC's Single Market and Beyond The "1992 Process" will result in the free movement of goods, persons, services and capital throughout the member states of the European Communities.  Yanah Alexander 6 11 1990-11-01 Europe Terrorism
The Marcos Case-The Future of Letters Rogatory The indictment of former President Ferdinand Marcos of The Philippines raises many questions about what new ground the United States may be breaking in investigating and prosecuting foreign leaders... Wayne H. Rusch 4 11 1988-11-01 Philippines Adjective Enforcement
Internationalization of the Securities Markets Business Trends and Regulatory Policy On December 8-9, speakers at a program on "Internationalization of the Securities Markets-Business Trends and Regulatory Policy," underscored new legislation and treaties empowering the Securities... Wayne H. Rusch 4 12 1988-12-01 World Securities Law
Detention of Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo – Legal Standards of Provisional Release in International Criminal Law On November 19, 2010, the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC) directed Trial Chamber III to review the ruling on detention of Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo...(more)... Vladislav Tomic 27 3 2011-03-01 World, Rwanda, Congo, Central African Republic, Former Yugoslavia Human Rights, Murder, War Crimes, International Cooperation, Crimes against Humanity, Rape, International Crimes, Detention, International Criminal Court, Arrest, Warrants, Fair Trial, Civil Rights, Criminal Procedure/Proceedings
Human Organs Trafficking in Kosovo and its Implications on the Rule of Law Reform – The Story of the “Yellow House” On January 7, 2011, the Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe issued a report entitled “Inhuman Treatment of People and Illicit... Vladislav Tomic 27 4 2011-04-01 European Union, Kosovo Human Trafficking
Central America Increasingly Overwhelmed by U.S. Deportation of Criminal Aliens Responding to increased criminal activities among immigrant gangs, in 1996 the U.S. Congress passed The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (PL 104-208) (“1996 Immigration Law... Victoria Gotsch 22 9 2006-09-01 United States, Latin America and South America, El Salvador, Guatemala Immigration, Mutual Legal Assistance, Organized Crime
U.S. Sanctions against Myanmar Receive a Mixed Reception On April 22, 1997, President Clinton announced the sanctioning of new U.S. investment in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. In an Executive Order drafted by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC... Victoria Gotsch 13 7 1997-07-01 United States, Myanmar Human Rights, Drugs & Trafficking, Sanctions