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6 Eur. J. Crime Crim. L. & Crim. Just. 1 (1998)

handle is hein.journals/eccc6 and id is 1 raw text is: European Journal of Crime. Criminal
Law and Criminal Justice
Contents

-   Albin Eser and Kai Ambos:
The Power of National Courts to Compel
the Production of Evidence and its Limits
An amicus curiae brief to the International
Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugosla-
via
-   Arthur Hartmann and Andre Klip:
Enforcement of Violations of Traffic Regu-
lations with a Foreign Element
-   Bill Hebenton and Jon Spencer:
Law Enforcement in Societies in Transition
-   Rena van Swaaningen:
Critical Criminology on the European Con-
tinent: Its History, Rise, Fall and Resurrec-
tion
-   Vladimir Tochilovsky:
Trial in International Criminal Jurisdictions:
Battle or Scrutiny?
-   Michael Tonry:
A Comparative Perspective on Minority
Groups, Crime, and Criminal Justice
-   Giovanni Meruzzi:
M. S. Groenhuijsen, M. I. Veldt, (eds.),
The Dutch Approach in Tackling EC
Fraud, (Kluwer   Academic  Publishers
Group, 1995, 134 pp.)

1998- 1

Articles

Book Review

European Journal of Crime,
Criminal Law and Criminal Justice

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