Monday, September 10, 2012

New Poll: 70% of Americans Support US Participation in the International Criminal Court

Today the Chicago Council on Global Affairs released a report indicating that 70% of Americans believe that the US should participate in "[t]he agreement on the International Criminal Court that can try individuals for war crimes, genocide, or crimes against humanity if their own country won’t try them." This latest poll is consistent with past Chicago Council polls and others which have asked similar questions on US participation in the Rome Statute of the ICC.

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