U.S. Policy on Human Trafficking: A Partial Solution for a Perplexing Global Human Rights Problem

Author:Madeleine Bailey
Position::SMU Dedman School of Law
Pages:607-643
SUMMARY

The development of international law combatting human trafficking has been influenced- indeed, propelled- by the U.S. Department of State’s Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report. The TIP Report ranks countries of the world into three main tiered categories based on compliance with international human trafficking law. The U.S. imposes sanctions on countries failing to comply with certain defined "min... (see full summary)


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