The International Criminal Court

Title: The International Criminal Court
Category: /Law & Government/International
Details: Words: 4878 | Pages: 18 (approximately 235 words/page)
The International Criminal Court
The International Criminal Court In times of cultural flux and massive societal change, when societies are coming to terms with entirely new political realities the question of how to deal with the sins of the past can fall by the wayside. Often, the successor regimes are in precarious political positions that make any serious attempt to prosecute the offenders of the previous regime for crimes against humanity or any other human rights violations that may …showed first 75 words of 4878 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 4878 total…be telling, as will the American response. It could provide some legitimacy to the Court if prevailing international opinion should rise to hold the U.S. accountable, and America submits to rulings. It could also provide the added benefit of quelling somewhat the global outrage at American policy and show that the state is willing to work within International institutions. Unfortunately this is an extremely unlikely scenario and a difficult test for the infant Court.

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