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Latest Developments in Interpol's and its Member Countries Approach to Transnational Repression

Editor of Red Notice Monitor, Ben Keith, to speak at event hosted by the American Bar Association on 25 July 2023.

Photo: Anna Sullivan

The National Security Committee presents a panel who will discuss the latest developments in the implementation and enforcement of the U.S. Transnational Repression Accountability and Prevention Act of 2021 (the TRAP Act), the legislative initiatives in the European Union aimed at curbing Interpol abuse, the U.S. courts' consideration of cases involving Red Notices and other government requests disseminated via Interpol's channels, the differences and similarities in the U.S. and the E.U. addressing abusive government requests disseminated via Interpol's channels, Interpol's application and enforcement of its own rules aimed to fighting the abuse of its resources, Interpol abuse under the pretext of anti-corruption campaigns, the effect that Interpol's reforms of 2016-2017 have had on member countries' ability to misuse the Organization's resources, and the different approaches that Interpol member countries have adopted in their communications with Interpol and use of its channels.


Bruce Zagaris, Berliner Corcoran & Rowe LLP (Washington, DC)


Theodore Bromund, The Heritage Foundation (Washington, DC)

Michelle Estlund, Estlund Law (Miami, FL)

Ben Keith, 5 St Andrew's Hill (London, UK)

Yuriy Nemets, Nemets PLLC (Washington, DC)

Riah Ramlogan-Seuradge, Candela Eig Jurgens LLC (Miami, FL)

To attend the online event, please register here.


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