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supra note 4, at 1109-12 (illustrating the possible conflicts between the efforts of Congress and the definition and intent and purpose of the treaty while also noting that prosecution might occur directly under customary international law or the treaty absent abnegative treaty reservations); INTERNATIONAL LAW, supra note 4, at 297-98, 310 (explaining that Congress has the power to define offenses against international law.
supra note 1, at 1109-12 (might also prosecute directly and alternatively under the treaty, without abnegative reservations, etc.