International Extradition and Interstate Rendition

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James Biser Whisker – Emeritus/Retired, West Virginia University, Everett, PA, USA
Kevin R. Spiker, PhD – Associate Professor, Political Science, Ohio University, St. Clairsville, OH, USA

Series: Political Science and History
BISAC: POL011000; POL021000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/UNUC5761

This book demonstrates how extradition and rendition have evolved as various courts have spoken on and interpreted these issues. It shows how these issues are of both theoretical and practical importance. While careful steps have been taken to discuss important and relevant cases, it must be acknowledged that recent political events and cases warrant further discussion and will continue to develop. Nevertheless, it remains clear that as the world becomes more connected economically and politically, the issue of extradition and rendition will continue to be important in the United States and around the world.

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Table of Contents

About the Authors

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Extradition and Rendition

Chapter 3. Interstate Rendition

Chapter 4. Extradition in U.S. Law

Chapter 5. Interpreting and Perfecting Ker

Chapter 6. The Nature of Extradition Treaties

Chapter 7. The Non-Refoulement Rule

Chapter 8. The Non-Inquiry Rule

Chapter 9. Illegal Seizure

Chapter 10. Evading Extradition

Chapter 11. Conclusion

References

Index