Attachment – Excerpt from Public Law 106-113
Section 2ll. Report on International Extradition
(a) . Not later than l80 days after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary of State shall review extradition treaties and other agreements containing extradition obligations to which the United States is a party (only with regard to those treaties where the United States has diplomatic relations with the treaty partner) and submit a report to the appropriate congressional committees regarding United States extradition policy and practice.
(b) . The report under subsection (a) shall:
(l) discuss the factors that contribute to failure of foreign nations to comply fully with their obligations under bilateral extradition treaties with the United States;
(2) discuss the factors that contribute to nations becoming “safe havens” for individuals fleeing the United States justice system;
(3)identify those bilateral extradition treaties to the United States is a party which do not require the extradition of nationals, and the reason such treaties contain such a provision;
(4) discuss appropriate legislative and diplomatic solutions to existing gaps in United States extradition and practices; and
(5) discuss current priorities of the United States for negotiation of new extradition treaties and renegotiation of existing treaties, including resource factors relevant to such negotiations.