The Extradition Treaty Between Jamaica and the United States: Its History and the Saga of Christopher "Dudus" CokeInter-American Law Review (2013)
Although the United States has been battling illicit drug trafficking for many years, during the last four decades, “international drug control bec[a]me a major priority in the formulation of United States foreign policy.” To that end, the United States, among other things: (1) enacted laws that would enable it to meet its obligations under international treaties and reduce domestic drug consumption; and (2) entered into new treaties that would facilitate the fight against multinational enterprises and conspirators involved in drug trafficking.
- Jamaica and United States,
- Christopher "Dudus" Coke,
- illicit drug trafficking
Citation InformationKenneth L. Lewis, Jr.. "The Extradition Treaty Between Jamaica and the United States: Its History and the Saga of Christopher "Dudus" Coke" Inter-American Law Review Vol. 45 (2013) p. 63 - 90
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