Publications

Publications

INTERPOL Claims Immunity, Escapes Judicial Review of Lack of Due Process

International Enforcement Law Reporter Blog (June 17, 2021)


Consideration of INTERPOL Red Notices and Diffusions by U.S. Immigration Courts Suggests a Uniform Approach

International Enforcement Law Reporter Vol. 37, Issue 2 (February 2021)


No Appeal as of Right and the Need for Due Process: the Commission for the Control of INTERPOL’s Files Steps in Again

International Enforcement Law Reporter Blog (December 5, 2020)


Does Political Unrest Contribute to INTERPOL Abuse?

Forbes (July 30, 2019) – with Dr. Theodore Bromund


INTERPOL’s Power to Prevent Diffusion Abuse: Legal, Political and Technological Considerations

International Enforcement Law Reporter Vol 35, Issue 7 (July 2019)


INTERPOL’s Power to Act Preemptively in Fighting Government Abuse

International Enforcement Law Reporter Vol 35, Issue 5 (May 2019)


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

International Enforcement Law Reporter Vol 35, Issue 3 (March 2019)


INTERPOL Rolls Back Individual Right to Access Information in its Files, Makes it Harder to Fight Abusive Red Notices

International Enforcement Law Reporter Blog (December 12, 2018)


 “INTERPOL Reviewing 40,000 Wanted Notices for Political Abuse” – What’s Behind the Message?

International Enforcement Law Reporter Blog (December 27, 2017)


86th INTERPOL General Assembly: Mixed Messages for Refugees

International Enforcement Law Reporter Vol. 33, Issue 10 (October 2017)


INTERPOL’s Mandate: “Case Law” on Requests for Access and Complaints

Novaya Advokatskaya Gazeta 18(251) (September 2017) (Russ.)


The Right to be Forgotten, Reputation Recovery, and Know Your Customer (KYC) Laws

Novaya Advokatskaya Gazeta 17(250) (September 1-15, 2017) (Russ.)


Mass Prosecutions and INTERPOL Red Notice Abuse

International Enforcement Law Reporter Vol. 33, Issue 9 (September 2017)


INTERPOL Red Notice Abuse: Which Member Countries are the Primary Offenders?

International Enforcement Law Reporter Vol. 33, Issue 5 170 (May 2017)


Due Process and the Presumption of Innocence in the Interpretation and Enforcement of INTERPOL’s Rules

Public International Law: Organizations eJournal Vol. 4, No. 12 (March 22, 2017)


INTERPOL’s Reforms: New Measures Aimed at Protecting the Rights of Individuals on the International Wanted List

Novaya Advokatskaya Gazeta 3(236) (February 1-15, 2017) (Russ.)


INTERPOL’s Mandate: the Rights of Individuals on the International Wanted List

Novaya Advokatskaya Gazeta 21(230) (November 1-15, 2016) (Russ.)


INTERPOL’s New Policy on Refugees: Is Everything Settled?

Red Notice Law Journal (September 30, 2016); International, Transnational & Comparative Criminal Law eJournal Vol. 10, Issue 67 (October 5, 2016)


The Role of the International Organization of Securities Commissions in Cross-Border Enforcement of Securities Laws

Social Science Research Network (September 4, 2011)


Trademarks and the Internet: Litigation and Legislation

4 Khoziaistvo i Pravo 111 (2002) (Russ.)


Internet Domain Names: A New Area of Intellectual Property Law

5 Khoziaistvo i Pravo 18 (2001) (Russ.)


Movable and Immovable Property: How to Make the Civil Code Better?

6 Khoziaistvo i Pravo 102 (1998) (Russ.)