Hague Invasion Act

Hague Invasion Act

The American Service-Members’ Protection Act, nicknamed the “Hague Invasion Act” which was passed in 2002 instructs the US military to use any means necessary to free US officials imprisoned for war crimes by the International Criminal Court.

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