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America learns to love the United Nations

By Jonathan Power  

The US. Getting stuck in.

The US. Getting stuck in.

Richard Holbrooke, the architect of the 1995 Dayton Accords that ended the war in ex-Yugoslavia and President Bill Clinton’s former ambassador to the UN, is now going around preaching the virtues of the International Criminal Court (ICC), although it was the Clinton administration that did not have the guts to push the ratification of US membership through Congress. Holbrooke is also criticising the UN Security Council for not following up on its vote in 2005 to refer the…

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