Tag: International Criminal Law

  • European Arrest Warrant

    Hierarchical Display of European arrest warrant European Union > European construction > European Union > Area of freedom, security and justice > Judicial cooperation in criminal matters in the EULaw > Criminal law > Criminal law > International criminal law > Extradition European arrest […]

  • European Arrest Warrant

    Hierarchical Display of European arrest warrant European Union > European construction > European Union > Area of freedom, security and justice > Judicial cooperation in criminal matters in the EULaw > Criminal law > Criminal law > International criminal law > Extradition European arrest […]

  • UN Security Council

    UN Security Council The Council is composed of fifteen member states, five of them permanent members and specified by name in the Charter. These are the United States, Russia (replacing the Soviet Union in 1991), China, the United Kingdom, and France. The rest are elected for two-year terms […]

  • Corruption

    Corruption Definition Corruption, wrongdoing by those in a special position of trust. The term is commonly applied to self-benefiting conduct by public officials and others dedicated to public service. (1) Corruption is not a technical term; it is not considered a criminal offence in most […]

  • Corruption

    Corruption Definition Corruption, wrongdoing by those in a special position of trust. The term is commonly applied to self-benefiting conduct by public officials and others dedicated to public service. (1) Corruption is not a technical term; it is not considered a criminal offence in most […]

  • Foreign National

    Hierarchical Display of Foreign national Law > International law > Private international law > NationalLaw > Rights and freedoms > Social rights > Equal treatmentSocial Questions > Migration > Migration > Migration policyLaw > Rights and freedoms > Anti-discriminatory measure > […]

  • Foreign National

    Hierarchical Display of Foreign national Law > International law > Private international law > NationalLaw > Rights and freedoms > Social rights > Equal treatmentSocial Questions > Migration > Migration > Migration policyLaw > Rights and freedoms > Anti-discriminatory measure > […]

  • Removal

    Removal, Suspension, Trial From the book The Clergyman's Hand-book of Law, about Removal, Suspension, Trial (1): In the United States under the laws and discipline of the Catholic Church a priest may be removed from the charge of a congregation at the pleasure of the bishop, without […]

  • Removal

    Removal, Suspension, Trial From the book The Clergyman's Hand-book of Law, about Removal, Suspension, Trial (1): In the United States under the laws and discipline of the Catholic Church a priest may be removed from the charge of a congregation at the pleasure of the bishop, without […]

  • Extradition

    Introduction to Extradition Extradition, in law, surrender by one sovereign power to another of a fugitive from justice. Between nations, the right of one power to demand of another the extradition of a fugitive accused of crime, and the duty of the country in which the fugitive has found […]

  • Iran

    The Legal History of Islamic Law in Iran This section provides an overview of Islamic Law in Iran Iran in 2011 United States views on international law (based on the document "Digest of U.S. Practice in International Law"): See information on Nationality, Citizenship and Immigration […]

  • Iran

    The Legal History of Islamic Law in Iran This section provides an overview of Islamic Law in Iran Iran in 2011 United States views on international law (based on the document "Digest of U.S. Practice in International Law"): See information on Nationality, Citizenship and Immigration […]

  • Terrorism

    What is Terrorism? Government Definitions of Terrorism Introduction to Terrorism Legal statutes in most countries around the world regard terrorism as a crime. Yet there is considerable variation in how these laws define terrorism, even in countries whose laws derive from a common origin. […]

  • Terrorism

    What is Terrorism? Government Definitions of Terrorism Introduction to Terrorism Legal statutes in most countries around the world regard terrorism as a crime. Yet there is considerable variation in how these laws define terrorism, even in countries whose laws derive from a common origin. […]

  • Piracy

    See Transnational crime . The first precise attempt to codify piracy was in 1958 when the Convention on the High Seas was adopted in order to clarify the legal status of pirates and the competence to arrest pirates. These articles in the Convention on the High Seas have been incorporated into […]