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An extract from the RNC platform regarding Agenda 21


Sovereign American Leadership in

International Organizations


Since the end of World War II, the United States,

through the founding of the United Nations and

NATO, has participated in a wide range of international

organizations which can, but sometimes do

not, serve the cause of peace and prosperity. While

acting through them, our country must always reserve

the right to go its own way. There can be no

substitute for principled American leadership.

The United Nations remains in dire need of reform,

starting with full transparency in the financial

operations of its overpaid bureaucrats. As long as its

scandal-ridden management continues, as long as

some of the world’s worst tyrants hold seats on its

Human Rights Council, and as long as Israel is

treated as a pariah state, the U.N. cannot expect the

full support of the American people.


The United Nations Population Fund has a

shameful record of collaboration with China’s program

of compulsory abortion. We affirm the Republican

Party’s long-held position known as the Mexico

City Policy, first announced by President Reagan in

1984, which prohibits the granting of federal monies

to non-governmental organization that provide or

promote abortion.


Under our Constitution, treaties become the law

of the land. So it is all the more important that the

Congress—the Senate through its ratifying power and

the House through its appropriating power—shall reject

agreements whose long-range impact on the

American family is ominous or unclear. These include

the U.N. Convention on Women’s Rights, the

Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Convention

on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, and

the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty as well as the various

declarations from the U.N. Conference on Environment

and Development. Because of our concern for

American sovereignty, domestic management of our

fisheries, and our country’s long-term energy needs,

we have deep reservations about the regulatory, legal,

and tax regimes inherent in the Law of the Sea Treaty

and congratulate Senate Republicans for blocking its

ratification. We strongly reject the U.N. Agenda 21 as

erosive of American sovereignty, and we oppose any

form of U.N. Global Tax. We oppose any diplomatic

efforts that could result in giving the United Nations

unprecedented control over the Internet. International

regulatory control over the open and free Internet

would have disastrous consequences for the

United States and the world.


To shield members of our Armed Forces and

others in service to America from ideological prosecutions

overseas, the Republican Party does not accept

the jurisdiction of the International Criminal

Court. We support statutory protection for U.S. personnel

and officials as they act abroad to meet our

global security requirements.