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The United States and the international criminal court : national security and international law

Author: Sarah B Sewall; Carl Kaysen
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers ; Oxford, England : American Academy of Arts and Sciences, ©2000.
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In exploring American reluctance to join the International Criminal Court, this text illuminates a central dilemma facing US foreign policy; whether the U.S. can afford to remain estranged from  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
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United States and the international criminal court.
Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers ; Oxford, England : American Academy of Arts and Sciences, c2000
(OCoLC)657160112
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sarah B Sewall; Carl Kaysen
ISBN: 0742501345 9780742501348 0742501353 9780742501355
OCLC Number: 43798587
Description: xvi, 266 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The United States and the International Criminal Court : an overview / Sarah B Sewall, Carl Kaysen, and Michael. P Scharf --
Part I. The roots of the ICC. The evolution of the ICC : from The Hague to Rome and back again / Leila Nanya Sadat --
Lessons from the International Criminal Tribunals / Richard J. Goldstone and Gary Jonathan Bass --
The statute of the ICC : past, present, and future / Bartram S. Brown --
Exceptional cases in Rome : the United States and the struggle for an ICC / Lawrence Weschler --
Part II. The United States and the ICC. The U.S. perspective on the ICC / David J. Scheffer --
The Constitution and the ICC / Ruth Wedgwood --
American servicemembers and the ICC / Robinson O. Everett --
The ICC and the deployment of U.S. armed forces / William L. Nash --
The United States and genocide law : a history of ambivalence / Samantha Power --
Part III. The ICC and national approaches to justice. Justice versus peace / Michael P. Scharf --
Complementarity and conflict : states, victims, and the ICC / Madeline Morris --
Part IV. The ICC's implications for international law. The ICC's jurisdiction over the nationals of non-party states / Michael P. Scharf --
The ICC and the future of the global legal system / Abram Chayes and Anne-Marie Slaughter --
Appendix: Bringing a case to the ICC : pathways and thresholds / Bartram S. Brown.
Responsibility: edited by Sarah B. Sewall and Carl Kaysen.

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