Getting Serious About An International Criminal Court
6 Pace International Law Review 103 (1994)
17 Pages Posted: 6 Mar 2020
Date Written: 1994
The purpose of Part I of this article is to shed light (to the extent possible without violating post-government employment privileges) on the evolution of the U.S. Governments' position from one of cautious skepticism to qualified support for the establishment of an ICC. Part II of this article analyzes and suggests revisions to the proposed statue for an ICC recently prepared by the UN International Law Commission ("ILC").
Keywords: International Criminal Court
JEL Classification: K33
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