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    • 12 THE UNITED STATES’ INVOLVEMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL COURT all of the defendants, but they understood that there could possibly be innocent verdicts. The chance of acquittal did not mean, however that attempting a trial was not warranted. The...
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    • 15 THE UNITED STATES’ INVOLVEMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL COURT persecution based on political, racial, and religious pretexts that relates back to charge one of conspiracy of a common plan. Every defendant of the Major War Crimes Trial, was viewed as...
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    • 20 THE UNITED STATES’ INVOLVEMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL COURT invasion of Poland to no avail since Great Britain declared war on September 3, 1939 (Levine, 2016). With concern to the charges of “War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity,” documentation...
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    • 24 The researcher found it interesting that male responses generally focused around the themes of physical skills that they had which could best benefit the service site such as construction, building, lifting, etc. as seen in Table 2. Table...
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    • 32 THE UNITED STATES’ INVOLVEMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL COURT action would take a much greater amount of time than people realized. In the former Yugoslavia, war crimes and genocide charges were brought against the leader, Slobodan Milošević for his...
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    • 35 THE UNITED STATES’ INVOLVEMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL COURT conducting a swift counter-strike against new crises, for example a new genocide case. The second stems from psychological and philosophical ideas, because around the world criminal...
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    • 38 THE UNITED STATES’ INVOLVEMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL COURT that previous Ad Hoc courts could not do. Of the parts that will be discussed, the focuses will be on (Rome Statute, 1999): 1. Establishment - Separated into four articles, the...
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    • 39 THE UNITED STATES’ INVOLVEMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL COURT a. Genocide: i. Killing members of a group. ii. Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of a group. iii. Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated...
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    • 46 THE UNITED STATES’ INVOLVEMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL COURT III. THE UNITED STATES AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT’S FUTURE Arguments For the ICC Within the international community, there have been many instances in which people have argued for...
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    • 47 THE UNITED STATES’ INVOLVEMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL COURT example is that humanity has to learn to suffer for itself rather than have a judicial body be the protector of nations seeking immunity against being held liable for atrocities. Just in...
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    • 47 U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA opinion about Western culture: “Western culture in the U.S. places emphasis on materialism, money, and power; it seems too cold-blooded. In Chapter 2, we discussed the difference between China and the U.S.,...
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    • 5 THE UNITED STATES’ INVOLVEMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL COURT INTRODUCTION What is humanity's greatest gift other than the ability to look beyond the evil of the world and express a determination to seek truth while also believing in the principle of...
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    • 59 their own merit. The very existence of these institutions deny the humanity of the community in which they purport to serve. The various centers verbally conflating their existence as proof of inclusiveness fail to consider that by instituting...
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    • 61 THE UNITED STATES’ INVOLVEMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL COURT IV. CONCLUSION Certainly, history will speak of the times in which dignity and humility overtook the temptation of injustice that first came to creation during the Nuremberg trials...
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    • 9 THE UNITED STATES’ INVOLVEMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL COURT b. War crimes. c. Crimes against humanity. d. Conspiracy to wage aggressive warfare. 4. If a defendant claimed that he was following orders, the defendant could still be found guilty for...
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    • and most of all “normal”. By demonstrating how I personally interpret different individuals and situations in a work environment, I believe I am doing just that. I am not afraid to share what I think, even if my thoughts and feelings aren’t exactly f...
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 1 Chapter 1 Introduction In today’s educational society, teachers are expected to teach more curriculums in a short amount of time. This can be a daunting task, especially when there are students with learning...

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