This chapter aims to provide a description of U.S. policy on the subject of international criminal courts and tribunals, both at present and historically, and how that policy has been, and continues to be, developed. It is not intended to provide a critique of that policy. The merits of policy positions are examined only in so far as they shed light on the origins of or motivations underlying those positions.
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International Tribunals, International Criminal Courts
Cerone, John, "U.S. Attitudes toward International Criminal Courts and Tribunals" (2008). New England School of Law Faculty Working Paper Series. Paper 1.