All International criminal law

The growth of transnational organized crime activities has caused a severe impact on the world, both physical and digital, and that is why International Criminal Law is acquiring an ever greater role.
Jesús Edmundo Coronado Contreras
Octubre 2021
288 págs.
BOSCH México
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The world is constantly changing. Advances in science and technology have generated a globalized society, which faces many challenges, one of them is the criminal phenomenon.

Crime evolved to levels never imagined, growing exponentially across borders and affecting a greater number of people. The impact of certain criminal acts has consequences not only at the local level, but also reaches the international level.

In this context, International Criminal Law acquires greater relevance, being that subject that studies and analyzes the greatest crimes, which by their particular nature affect all the world.

The commission of crimes against humanity, war crimes, and genocide has marked the history of humanity and demanded the presence of international tribunals. However, the growth of transnational organized crime activities has also severely affected the world, both physical and digital.

This book focuses on some essential aspects of the development of this novel legal matter, which details its importance from different perspectives, combining the theoretical and practical experience of its authors, all recognized specialists in the field of International Criminal Law.


  • The Concept of Organization in Organized Crime and Crimes against Humanity – Ricardo Cacho García
  • Cybercrime: Principal Threat in Cyberspace? – Laura Coronado Contreras and Jesús Edmundo Coronado Contreras
  • Same language same results: Sharing judicial notice - Adrián Estrada Mena
  • International Crimes Committed Against Indigenous People in Mexico: An Analysis of Forced Sterilization Practices - Ana Laura Hernández Martínez
  • Are the penalties adopted by the International Criminal Court truly reasonable? - Miguel Ángel Ortega Muñoz
  • Crimes committed in the field of hydrocarbons in Mexico. A legal and contextual analysis – Víctor Manuel Palacios Certucha
  • The main international anti-corruption instruments – Concetta Mariagrazia Passamano
  • Child soldiers, perpetrators or victims? – Thogori Mary Mathenge
  • The “interest of justice” and the decisions on the request for authorization of an investigation into the situation of Afghanistan - Rodrigo Alejandro Ramos Gómez
  • Genocide in the Balkans.  Why not to agree with the UN War Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and its Residual Mechanism, that the genocide in Bosnia Herzegovina only occurred in Srebrenica during the 1992-95 war - Mónica Rocha Herrera
  • Territorial control and the "Zeta" expansion model. A reflection from International Criminal Law - Keyla Harummi Vargas Rojas
  • The ultimate and perhaps last paradigm shift artificial intelligence - Jimena Sofia Viveros Álvarez


Jesús Edmundo Coronado Contreras



Ricardo Cacho García

Laura Coronado Contreras

Jesús Edmundo Coronado Contreras

Adrián Estrada Mena

Ana Laura Hernández Martínez

Thogori Mary Mathenge

Miguel Ángel Ortega Muñoz

Víctor Manuel Palacios Certucha

Concetta Mariagrazia Passamano

Rodrigo Alejandro Ramos Gómez

Mónica Rocha Herrera

Keyla Harummi Vargas Rojas

Jimena Sofia Viveros Álvarez