And the International Court of Justice
After the Second World War, the United States and the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has maintained an awkward relationship with each other. The United States, for its part, adopts the primacy of the law in its own country, and to a certain extent, in the confines of the global community. In addition, the United States is one and continues to be one of the most active parties in various cases that have been bought before the Court (Murphy, 2008, p. 1).
The United States has made numerous appearances, more than any other nation. Nevertheless, it must be Continue reading...