Part I of this Note describes child sex tourism, focusing on both the tourists and their victims. Additionally, Part I discusses extraterritorial legislation as a means to combat child sex tourism. Part II presents country specific examples of extraterritorial legislation against the sexual exploitation of children. Part III sets forth a model of extraterritorial legislation against child sex tourism as well as non-legislative steps that countries should take in response to child sex tourism. Finally, Part III recommends changes that the United States should adopt to more effectively address child sex tourism.
The Prosecution of Persons Who Sexually Exploit Children In Countries Other than Their Own: A Model For Amending Existing Legislation,
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