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Can US Legislation Halt INTERPOL Abuse by Central Asian Autocrats?
September 13, 2019

Can US Legislation Halt INTERPOL Abuse by Central Asian Autocrats?

By Ian J. Lynch
Bipartisan legislation introduced this week seeks to tackle abuse of INTERPOL by autocracies.

How Beijing and Others Weaponized Interpol and the Magnitsky Act
August 02, 2019

How Beijing and Others Weaponized Interpol and the Magnitsky Act

By Rob Edens
How can institutions like Interpol cope with manipulation by authoritarian regimes?
After Xi's Visit to France, Chinese Communist Party Expels Former Interpol Chief
March 28, 2019

After Xi's Visit to France, Chinese Communist Party Expels Former Interpol Chief

By Charlotte Gao
Meng Hongwei, the former president of Lyon, France-based Interpol, will face prosecution soon.

China Quietly Detains Interpol President Meng Hongwei
October 08, 2018

China Quietly Detains Interpol President Meng Hongwei

By Charlotte Gao
After a press conference by his wife and Interpol’s formal request, Chinese authorities finally revealed Meng’s whereabouts.

Greek Court Denies Tajik Extradition Request for IRPT Member
November 30, 2017

Greek Court Denies Tajik Extradition Request for IRPT Member

By Catherine Putz
Mirzorakhim Kuzov had been detained in Greece after Tajikistan submitted an Interpol red notice against him.

Interpol Is Not Complete Without Taiwan’s Participation
October 31, 2016

Interpol Is Not Complete Without Taiwan’s Participation

By Liu Po-liang
It is time to let Taiwan back in.

The Dolkun Isa Visa Affair: India Mishandles China, Once Again
April 28, 2016

The Dolkun Isa Visa Affair: India Mishandles China, Once Again

By Harsh V. Pant
India's bungled handling of Dolkun Isa's visa will have long-term ramifications for Delhi's China policy.
June 01, 2011

Interpol Tackles WMD Terrorism

With the ongoing threat of terrorism in mind, Interpol expands its focus to the threat posed by WMD.

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