Reluctant engagement US policy and the international criminal court
By: Kielsgard, Mark D.Material type: BookSeries: Studies in intercultural human rights: v. 2.Publisher: Leiden Martinus Nijhoff 2010Description: ix,395p. 25 cm.ISBN: 9789004182806.Subject(s): International Criminal Court | International criminal courts -- Political aspects | International law -- United States | United States -- Foreign relations -- 21st centuryDDC classification: 345.1
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -372) and index.
Articulating a robust jurisprudence : trends in the development of the modern international rights regime -- The ICC : "the last great international institution of the twentieth century" -- The United States' response to the Rome Statute -- Countervailing U.S. ideology toward the ICC : American exceptionalism, neoconservativism and protecting America's interests abroad -- Shifting macroeconomic paradigms -- Appraising the vitality of U.S. opposition to the ICC.