The international criminal law is based on a number of concepts that can achieve its objectives, as a branch of public international law recognized and comes Criminal Security at the forefront of those concepts and the most important, although this kind of security did not take his share at the legislative and jurisprudential levels, and it remained in framework of international Security in his general sense. This research tries to reveal the criminal international security and contributed to the consolidation of its existence, where not only researcher by definition of security and everything related to it, but found the idea of the International Criminal Security, and search at the obstacles and in support of this idea and establishes through large internationalist facade of the Security Council and his criminals prerogatives of security content and dimensions unique and distinctive, the authorities of the council in this regard in the criminal referral and the establishment of international tribunals and other powers vested in him. The research also shows the security dimension in the Rome statute of the international criminal court, by taking the aspects closest to clarify the idea of the international criminal security and deepened it, when it comes to non-obsolescence of international crimes and complementary jurisdiction between the international and national judicial, and irrelevance of immunity.
Nassima, Ben Ddouche
"Towards Dedicating the Security Dimension to the Service of International Criminal Law,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 2018:
73, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2018/iss73/8