A panel talks about the international criminal court: why the U.S. “unsigned” a treaty to establish the court, and a look at the repercussions for our foreign policy and for peacekeeping efforts around the world.

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  • Eric Schwartz Senior Fellow at the U.S. Institute of Peace and former senior White House official on peacekeeping and the International Criminal Court (under Clinton)
  • John Hulsman senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation

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