International Justice and Impunity: The Case of the United States

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Is the US leading humanity back to a future without rules or values, based only on the will of the strongest? A conference held at the Palais Bourbon in Paris, chaired by UN Special Rapporteur Theo Van Boven, and renowned French scholar Pierre Vidal-Naquet, and welcomed by President Jimmy Carter, addressed the case of the United States, in the context of international humanitarian law, the UN Charter, and the new International Criminal Court. Once the champion of the UN, the US now: disregards the Geneva Conventions uses ...

International Justice and Impunity: The Case of the United States 2015, Clarity Press

ISBN-13: 9780932863577

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