Is the International Criminal Court failing to live up to its purpose? | IN 60 SECONDS

POLL — Do you think the ICC needs to be reformed?

The International Criminal Court was founded in 2002 as a measure to end war crimes, genocide, and other atrocities. But since then, it has neglected to charge leaders in countries rife with human rights abuses, and instead leaned heavily on African nations, as well as Israel and the US. Does this represent a bias in the system? AEI’s Ivana Stradner explains.

ARTICLE — Should the US use sanctions to influence the ICC?

ARTICLE — The ICC’s failure to investigate China on genocide is a vast moral failure

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