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Author: M. Cherif Bassiouni
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Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA; 4 edition (May 17, 2002)
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International Extradition: United States Law and Practice by M. Cherif Bassiouni



International Extradition book. Mahmoud Cherif Bassiouni is a United Nations war crimes expert born in 1937. He is also President of the Istituto Superiore Internazionale di Scienze Criminali (International In Mahmoud Cherif Bassiouni is a United Nations war crimes expert born in 1937.

Cherif Bassiouni is Emeritus Professor of Law at DePaul University where he taught from 1964-2012, where he was a founding member of the International Human Rights Law Institute (established in 1990), and served as President from 1990-1997, and then President Emeritus. In 1972, he was one of the founders of the International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences (ISISC) located in Siracusa, Italy, where he served as Dean from 1972-1989 and then as President to date.

He is also President of the International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences in Siracusa, Italy, as well as the Honorary President of the International Association of Penal Law (President 1989-2004), based in Paris, France.

Encyclopedia entries. 1 Implications of the European Arrest Warrant and the United States–European Union Extradition Agreement for Extraditions between the European Union and the United States. Arab League Extradition Agreement. The Benelux Extradition Convention. Contemporary Practice before International Criminal Tribunals. 1 Jurisdictional Immunities before International Criminal Tribunals. Contemporary Practice before National Courts.

Mahmoud Cherif Bassiouni (9 December 1937 – 25 September 2017) was an Emeritus Professor of Law at DePaul University where he taught from 1964 to 2012. He served in numerous United Nations positions and served as the consultant to the US Department of State and Justice on many projects. He was a founding member of the International Human Rights Law Institute at DePaul University which was established in 1990. He served as president from 1990 to 1997 and then as president emeritus. In 2004, he was appointed by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights as the Independent Expert on the Situation of Human Rights in Afghanistan. In 1999, Professor Bassiouni was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for his work in the field of international criminal justice and for his contribution to the creation of the International Criminal Court.

Extradition law and practice evolved over more than thirty centuries. 79 International law placed certain limitations on the power of the sovereign,8 0 such as respect for the territorial integ-rity of other nations, which resulted in a formal process to re-cover wanted fugitives. 81 The evolution of exceptions aimed at protecting individual rights in recent times, however, such asju-dicial. Id. at 6. 96. M. cherif bassiouni, international extradition: united states law and. PRACrICE 204 . (1987). 97. Kester, supra note 87, at 1454 (noting that international law limits extraterrito

practice explores the essentials involved in the executive branches treaty-making power, as implemented through its foreign relations practice, and as scrutinized by the judiciary

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This comprehensive guide covers all aspects of extradition to and from the United States, while making critical, theoretical and practical evaluations of these aspects and proposing alternatives. The rights of individuals, balancing of states' interests, and preservation of world order within the Rule of Law form the conceptual framework of this book. The focus within U.S. practice explores the essentials involved in the executive branch's treaty-making power, as implemented through its foreign relations practice and as scrutinized by the judiciary.