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International Criminal Court

President Clinton has signed a treaty creating the first permanent international court to try people for genocide, war crimes and other crimes against humanity. But the treaty faces opposition from Congressional Republicans who worry that American troops might face frivolous or politically motivated prosecution. Noah talks with Benjamin Ferencz, a Nuremberg Trials prosecutor who supports the treaty.

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