Archived Web Sites Why the U.S. Is Right to Support an Ad Hoc Tribunal for Darfur

Format Archived Web Sites
Contributors Schafer, Brett D.
Dates 2005 to 2011
Location Darfur
Sudan
Language English
Subjects Atrocities
Darfur Conflict
History
Human Rights
International Criminal Court
Title
Why the U.S. Is Right to Support an Ad Hoc Tribunal for Darfur
Summary
The United States and many advocates of the International Criminal Court (ICC) have long been at odds over the structure, autonomy, and jurisdiction of the Court.[1] While these differences have not been resolved, the U.S. opposition to a United Nations Security Council resolution referring the situation in Darfur region of Sudan to the ICC has rekindled international and domestic attention on America’s policy toward the ICC.
Contributor Names
Schafer, Brett D.
Subject Headings
-  Sudan -- History -- Darfur Conflict, 2003- -- Atrocities
-  Human rights -- Sudan -- Darfur
-  International Criminal Court
Genre
web site
Form
electronic
Repository
Library of Congress, Washington, DC., 20540
Other Formats
http://cdn.loc.gov/service/webcapture/project_1/mods/lcwa00087381.xml
Source Url
www.heritage.org/Research/InternationalOrganizations/wm665.cfm
Access Condition
None
Scopes
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www.heritage.org/ (domain)
http://webarchive.loc.gov/all/*/www.heritage.org/

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