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10/16/2001 - Britain Ratifies ICC; US Opposition Continues
Britain became the 42nd country to ratify the International Criminal Court (ICC) Treaty, increasing pressure on the United States, one of the few Western nations not to ratify the treaty, to follow suit....

8/17/2001 - Conservatives Oppose International Criminal Court, Payment of UN Dues
Conservatives in the House of Representatives, namely Congressman Dennis Hastert (R-IL), Congressman Henry Hyde (R-IL) and Congressman Tom DeLay(R-TX),have promised to block U.S....

8/17/2001 - Bush Risking Embarassment for Failure to Pay UN Dues
The United Nations (U.N.) predicts a $75 million cash deficit because some86countries, including the United States, have reneged on promises to pay their U.N....

12/4/2000 - Republicans Announce Campaign Against The International Criminal Court
Republicans in the United States House of Representatives and Senate, led by Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Jesse Helms, have announced their plans to not ratify the Rome Statute for the International Criminal Court, making it a top legislative priority for next year....

8/23/2000 - Britain Supports Creation Of International Criminal Court
The British government is planning to announce later this week that it will support the creation of the International Criminal Court (ICC)....

7/28/2000 - U.S. Urges Establishment of Tribunal To Prosecute Sierra Leone Rebel Leaders
The United States is pushing for the creation of a war tribunal that would prosecute rebel leaders in Sierra Leone for their war crimes, including rape and mutilation of women and girls....