Reluctant engagement : U.S. policy and the International Criminal Court /
- Publication info:
- Leiden, The Netherlands ; Boston, Mass. : M. Nijhoff, 2010.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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- Corporate Subject:
- Reluctant engagement : U.S. policy and the International Criminal Court / by Mark D. Kielsgard.
- Main Author:
- Kielsgard, Mark D.
Leiden, The Netherlands ; Boston, Mass. : M. Nijhoff, 2010
- Item Description:
"This second book in the series ... is the modified version of my dissertation for the Doctor of the Science of Law degree (J.S.D.) in Intercultural Human Rights offered by Saint Thomas University School of Law, Miami, Florida, USA."--Acknowledgements.
- Physical Description:
vi, 395 p. ; 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -372) and index.
Table of Contents
- Introduction : a legal response to atrocity
- Articulating a robust jurisprudence : trends in the development of the modern international rights regime
- The ICC : "the last great international institution of the twentieth century"
- The United States' response to the Rome Statute
- Countervailing U.S. ideology toward the ICC : American exceptionalism, neoconservativism and protecting America's interests abroad
- Shifting macroeconomic paradigms
- Appraising the vitality of U.S. opposition to the ICC
- Conclusion : promoting an international order of human dignity with teeth.