International courts have no jurisdiction in the US;
U.S. and the World Court
In 1946, the U.S. accepted an optional clause in the Court's statute -- that gave the Court compulsory jurisdiction over cases regarding interpretation of treaties, any question of international law and any breach of international obligations. In 1984, Sandinista-ruled Nicaragua filed a suit against the U.S for its support of the Contra rebels. In response, the Reagan administration promptly withdrew U.S. recognition of the World Court's compulsory jurisdiction.
Whether we like it or not, whether we choose to believe it or not..... I think the point of this article is that we could be in danger of this statement changing, and in fact it already has in roundabout ways.
The statement that "International courts have no jurisdiction in the US" is still 99% true, but if we're not careful and if certain "globalist" politicians in both parties are not controlled, this is in the process of being eroded.