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A novel and robust framework for the operational and legal analysis of recovering fugitives abroad, Bringing International Fugitives to Justice addresses how States, working alone, in cooperation, or with third-party intervention, strive to secure the custody of fugitives to bring them to justice - for prosecution or punishment purposes - while evaluating the lawfulness of those pursuit efforts.
The book introduces redefined terms and new concepts to add precision to the discourse; sets forth comprehensive typologies including of extradition arrangements and impediments; and provides a mapping to account for the full range of means and methods - extradition, collateral and remedial approaches to extradition, and full-scale and fallback alternatives to extradition - by which international fugitives can be obtained.
The study considers the judicial, diplomatic, and policy consequences of reliance on the full-scale alternatives, proffering recommendations that, if adopted, could facilitate the recovery of fugitives while minimizing associated risks.