Bush Administration Ponders Position Towards International Criminal

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Friday, June 1, 2001
Author: 
Bruce Zagaris
Volume: 
17
Issue: 
6
262
Abstract: 
As the Bush Administration continues to develop its foreign and criminal policy teams and articulate its policies, it will be forced to grapple with the emerging of the International Criminal Court. Already publicly opposing the ICC as infringing on the United States sovereignty and maneuverability in national security policies, the Bush Administration is faced with the likelihood that the ICC will be in force in approximately another year.