International lawyers gathered Tuesday for a hard look at U.S. policy options following a landmark meeting of International Criminal Court members in Kampala, Uganda, in June.

After eight years on the sidelines, the United States is back in the ICC mix, with a new policy of “principled engagement” with the court, which is intended as a forum of last resort to punish crimes that shock the conscience.

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