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This is the first comprehensive study on the international judicial implications of the prosecution of peacekeepers before the International Criminal Court (ICC). The vitally important topic of peacekeeping and peace enforcement is poised to enter a new dimension as situations arise which will bring attention to peacekeepers implicated in international crimes falling within the ICC's jurisdictional scope. This work is an in-depth analysis of both these SC peacekeeping powers and SC Resolution 1422 especially its consequences for the prospect of ICC-prosecution of peacekeepers. After analysing international law developments in UN peacekeeping and peace enforcement mandates and UN Rules of Engagement, this study assesses whether prosecution of peacekeepers merits a distinct judicial position, in view of 'international peace and security' and special defences as envisioned by Article 31 (3) of the ICC Statute.