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One of the many legacies of the Nuremberg trials has been the...
- One of the many legacies of the Nuremberg trials has been the establishment of the International Criminal Court (I.C.C.), a permanent war-crimes court, in the Netherlands. A hundred countries have formally approved the agreement creating the I.C.C. The United States, however, is not one of them. Given Walter Cronkite's narrative in the PBS video, how might this be explained? Further, should the United States join the I.C.C.? Read these two perspectives, from Human Rights Watch which favors U.S. participation in the Court, and from the American Bar Association, explaining the U.S. government's opposition to it.
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