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Rationality of the International Criminal Court

 
Rationality of the International Criminal Court
The editor has rightly questioned the rationality of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in booking the leaders of African Nations under the various war crimes and violations of human rights but they are not taking any action against such crimes committed by USA and NATO allies in Libiya, Iran, Afghanistan and many more. There is lack or
transparency and dedication to the cause of humanity and a more rationalization of process is needed. In most of the economic forums like World Bank, G-20 and others the Americana and European countries try to impose their decisions on the developing and underdeveloped countries. There is a big gap in the power balance of the worlds and the so called world bodies like UN is not performing the desired task and there is need for united efforts on the behalf of the developing and underdeveloped countries. BRICS is a good example how developing countries can make alliance for greater economic cooperation and regional stability. The world is multi-polar
from:  Shashikant Nishant Sharma
 
 
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