Symposium on International Law & the Quest For Security: International Criminal Court and Opposition to the Court

2/17/2003; 82 minutes

Arthur N.R. Robinson, President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, talks about the historical aspects of the attempts and the unified action of the international community to establish rules of behavior and the need for an International Criminal Court. Then, Executive Director of the Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy, John Burroughs, talks about the opposition that the George Bush administration has shown toward the International Criminal Court and the specific criticisms that have been levied against the ICC and the impact of this opposition to the ICC on global and American security. (#7070)

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