Federalism and the International Criminal Court

February 16, 2009

Ronald J. Rychlak

At a luncheon at the University of Mississippi, the European Union’s former ambassador to the United States, Guenter Burghardt, expressed great disappointment that the United States has not embraced the International Criminal Court (ICC). Ambassador Burghardt felt that terms had been defined and issues had been set with sufficient certainty to justify American ratification of the agreement calling for its establishment....

Federalism and the International Criminal Court