This Essay first examines the current official U.S. position on the Court. The second section describes the development of the position as stated by Ambassador Prosper throughout the negotiations for the ICC from 1994 to the present. The final section reviews the prospects for changes in the U.S. position in the early years of the ICC's existence.
The International Criminal Court Arrives - The U.S. Position: Status and Prospects ,
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