The Heat: US crossing the line with international policing?

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Is the United States a bounty hunter for the world’s criminals or overreaching its authority?

Judge, jury and jailer. The United States has been quietly arresting foreign citizens in foreign countries for years, then trying them on American soil and locking them up in American prisons. So, is this reach of U.S. foreign policy lawless or law abiding? CCTV’s Jim Spellman filed this report.
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The Heat: US crossing the line with international policing?

The Heat: US crossing the line with international policing?

Is the United States a bounty hunter for the world's criminals or overreaching its authority? Judge, jury and jailer. The United States has been quietly arresting foreign citizens in foreign countries for years, then trying them on American soil and locking them up in American prisons. So, is this reach of U.S. foreign policy lawless or law abiding? CCTV's Jim Spellman filed this report.

The Heat discusses the domestic U.S. law that gives American officials international jurisdiction with these guests:

  • Chandran Nair from Hong Kong is the founder and CEO of the Global Institute for Tomorrow.
  • Jacob Parakilas from London works on the U.S. project for Chatham House.
  • Macharia Munene From Nairob is a professor of history and international relations at the United States International University.
  • Paul Schiff Berman is the professor of Law at The George Washington University.
The Heat: US crossing the line with international policing? 2

The Heat: US crossing the line with international policing? 2

The Heat discusses the domestic U.S. law that gives American officials international jurisdiction with these guests: Chandran Nair from Hong Kong is the founder and CEO of the Global Institute for Tomorrow. Jacob Parakilas from London works on the U.S. project for Chatham House. Macharia Munene From Nairob is a professor of history and international relations at the United States International University. Paul Schiff Berman is the professor of Law at The George Washington University.

The Heat: US crossing the line with international policing? 3

The Heat: US crossing the line with international policing? 3

The Heat discusses the domestic U.S. law that gives American officials international jurisdiction with these guests: Chandran Nair from Hong Kong is the founder and CEO of the Global Institute for Tomorrow. Jacob Parakilas from London works on the U.S. project for Chatham House. Macharia Munene From Nairob is a professor of history and international relations at the United States International University. Paul Schiff Berman is the professor of Law at The George Washington University.