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Chertoff says U.S. threatened by international law

A top Bush administration official on Friday said the European Union, the United Nations and other international entities increasingly are using international law to challenge U.S. powers to reject treaties and protect itself from attack. “International law is being used as a rhetorical weapon against us,” Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said. Chertoff cited members of the European Parliament in particular as harboring an “increasingly activist, left-wing and even elitist philosophy of law” at odds with American practices and interests. Full Story

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