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By Natalie Hevener Kaufman
The USA has declined to approve such a lot human rights treaties, regardless of common aid for such treaties between different Western democracies. This research explores the legacy of the Nineteen Fifties, whilst competition to the treaties used to be articulated, and the residual energy of that competition in modern deliberations.
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Barger: I think, however, you will agree with me that it does not specify the necessity of an additional treaty. You accept the jurisdiction by treaty. Barger: Won't the acceptance of this particular genocide treaty accomplish that?
Dtizens might be tried abroad. ), of the subcommittee of the Foreign Relations Committee. It seems to me if anybody is to be tried in an international tribunal outside of the United States there would have to be an additional treaty in Page 48 which we would express our approval of the setting up of that tribunal. this presently proposed treaty is adequate to accomplish that purpose. It seems to me that that is just fantastic, and if there are arguments against this I want to know what they are, but this, it seems to me, is no argument at all.
103 In an address to the ABA in August, Secretary of State Dulles gave the association credit for publicizing the possible problems with the human rights treaties. 104 But he also reiterated his belief that, although there might be problems with the human rights treaties, a constitutional amendment like the one supported by the ABA was unnecessary and would seriously interfere with the executive's ability to conduct foreign affairs. It embodies each of the principles for which we stood, and it accepts a very considerable amount of the language.
Human rights treaties and the Senate : a history of opposition by Natalie Hevener Kaufman