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Privacy and Civil Liberties at CIA (as updated 1/18/2017)

January 19, 2017


  The CIA of the U.S. has released information on the updated rules and regulations concerning collection of data and investigation of U.S. Citizens as of 1/18/2017. The published information is available on their new website, “Office of Privacy and Civil Liberties”. This is the first time that this information has been readily available to […]

Afghanistan: Democracy with the flavor of narcotics

May 26, 2015


Submitted by on 24 May 2015 – 9:32pm By Dr Mohammad Nazrul Bari and Milad Alimoradian, Afghanistan has been the core of exhaustive research and analysis. This great landlocked country with an excellent ancient history has seen lots of difficult and different situations, especially in the last century; it suffered massively from several external […]

Opening Statement of the United States of America to the 24th UN Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice

May 19, 2015


Remarks Luis E. Arreaga Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Vienna, Austria May 18, 2015 Thank you, Mr. Chairman, and congratulations on your election and the election of other members of the bureau. One month has passed since Qatar welcomed us to Doha for the 13th UN Crime Congress. […]