William Burke-White is a professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Burke-White, an international lawyer and political scientist, is a leading expert on U.S. foreign policy, multilateral institutions, and international law. He researches and writes on the relationships between law and politics in international affairs and has particular expertise on the design and implementation of complex global governance solutions that involve multiple countries, international institutions, and multilateral legal regimes. He has significant regional expertise on Russia, Eastern Europe, and Latin America. His current research examines the role of sub-state actors in the international legal system and the impacts of changing global power dynamics on the norms and structures of international law. Burke-White was a nonresident senior fellow in the Foreign Policy program at Brookings.
This new sanctions regime [against the International Criminal Court] draws strong parallels to those imposed by the U.S. in the past against terrorist groups, dictators and human rights abusers.