If the ICC opens an investigation into CIA "black sites," the United States could rally other non-member states to its side.
David Bosco is associate professor at Indiana University’s School of Global and International Studies. He is author of Five to Rule Them All: The UN Security Council and the Making of the Modern World and Rough Justice: The International Criminal Court in a World of Power Politics.
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The Trump administration's withdrawal from UNESCO might not be so bad if it prevents damage to agencies that matter more.
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