Reforming Interpol

The Interpol General Assembly took steps during its recent meeting to address two lingering concerns: (1) tightening criteria for “red notices” so that they aren’t used for political purposes and (2) improving procedures by which individuals can contest their inclusion on international watch lists. As this editorial asserts, “Interpol will be strengthened if it spends less time issuing red notices for dissidents and more time in the pursuit of real criminals.”

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