"The international criminal court is a valuable step in putting future war criminals on notice that the world will not let them get away with murder because they can intimidate the legal system of their own country...|
"We supported the ICC precisely so that the refusal of the sovereign state to act would no confer impunity for grotesque crimes, such as in Darfur" (Robin Cook. "Holding Soldiers to Account." Guardian Weekly, Aug.4, 2005: 3).
Colby Glass, MLIS