Examines the U.S. position on the Kyoto Protocol, CEDAW, the International Criminal Court and the ICPD Programme of Action and why these treaties are important for women in the U.S.

Thus far, the United States has tried to use its influence to establish a double standard of international rules, seeking to condemn its enemies but exempting itself from UN scrutiny. Portraying itself as a world leader in human rights and environmental issues, the U.S. has failed to sign or ratify many major treaties or “conventions.”

How U.S.Unilateralism Harms Women (2004)

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