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 On the Backs of Bosnians (The Washington Post, 7/2/02)
 Red Meat for Unilateralists (The Washington Post, 4/11/02)
 'Up From' Accountability (The Washington Post, 7/11/02)
 Why Does America Fear This Court? (The Washington Post, 7/9/02)
 Why Don't We Listen Anymore? (The Washington Post, 7/7/02)
 Europeans Courting International Disaster (The Washington Post, 6/30/02)
 When Justice For All Isn't Fair (The Washington Post, 4/7/02)
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live online Ruth Wedgewood of the Council on Foreign Relations discussed the International Criminal Court and the U.S. objections to it.
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