Archived Web Sites Large Bipartisan Majority of Americans Favors Referring Darfur War Crime Cases to International Criminal Court
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- Large Bipartisan Majority of Americans Favors Referring Darfur War Crime Cases to International Criminal Court
- As the UN Security Council prepares to consider referring to the International Criminal Court Sudanese individuals charged with war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur, the Bush administration continues to oppose such a move. However, a majority of Americans (60%) favor referring these cases to the International Criminal Court rather than using a temporary tribunal, as the administration has proposed.
- Contributor Names
- Chicago Council on Foreign Relations
- Subject Headings
- - Sudan -- History -- Darfur Conflict, 2003- -- Atrocities
- - War crimes -- Sudan -- Darfur
- - Human rights -- Sudan -- Darfur
- - Public opinion -- United States
- web site
- Library of Congress, Washington, DC., 20540
- Source Url
- Access Condition
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- - www.ccfr.org/publications/opinion/Press%20Release.pdf (prefix)
- - http://webarchive.loc.gov/all/*/www.ccfr.org/publications/opinion/Press%20Release.pdf
- Online Format
- Additional Metadata Formats
- MODSXML Record
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Chicago citation style:
Chicago Council On Foreign Relations. Large Bipartisan Majority of Americans Favors Referring Darfur War Crime Cases to International Criminal Court. 2006. Archived Web Site. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/lcwa00087393/. (Accessed December 05, 2016.)
APA citation style:
Chicago Council On Foreign Relations. (2006) Large Bipartisan Majority of Americans Favors Referring Darfur War Crime Cases to International Criminal Court. [Archived Web Site] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/lcwa00087393/.
MLA citation style:
Chicago Council On Foreign Relations. Large Bipartisan Majority of Americans Favors Referring Darfur War Crime Cases to International Criminal Court. 2006. Archived Web Site. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/lcwa00087393/>.