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Martin Waehlisch

Martin Waehlisch

عضوية فلسطين بالأمم المتحدة والقانون الدولي

[المصدر موقع الأمم المتحدة]

"العضوية بالأمم المتحدة مفتوحة أمام جميع الدول المحبة للسلام"، وردت هذه العبارة في ميثاق الأمم المتحدة الذي يتابع بأن قبول دولة ما كعضو بالأمم المتحدة يعتمد على "قرار تتخذه الجمعية العامة بالاعتماد على توصية من مجلس الأمن". تبدو الشروط قابلة للتنفيذ، ولكن الواقع القائم للسياسة الدولية لا ينفك منذ عقود يسدّ الطريق أمام فلسطين لحصولها على عضوية في هذه المنظمة الدولية. وقد أشارت إدارة أوباما بأنها تنوي إستخدام حق النقض،الفيتو، ضد قرار مجلس الأمن، وذلك خوفاً ...

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Martin Waehlisch

 

Martin Waehlisch is an international lawyer and currently a research fellow at Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs (IFI) at the American University of Beirut (AUB). He is also a legal affiliate at the Common Space Initiative in Beirut and the Berghof Foundation of Peace Support. Besides being a senior researcher at the Center for Peace Mediation at the European University Viadrina and Humboldt-Viadrina School of Governance in Berlin, he lectures in the Diplomacy and Strategic Negotiation Program at La Sagesse University in Lebanon. In addition, Mr. Waehlisch teaches for the “Conflict Prevention and Management” course of the Master's Program in Human Rights & Genocide Studies and the Master's Program in Human Rights & Humanitarian Law at the European University Viadrina. Previous to his station in the Middle East, he has been with the United Nations in New York, the German Embassy in Kosovo, and a refugee NGO in Russia. Mr. Waehlisch graduated from Humboldt University Law School, and earned a post-graduate Master's of Arts in Mediation. He was educated at the German UN Training Centre, and has been abroad at MGU Moscow, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (Center for Security Studies), Harvard Law School (Program on Negotiation), and Long Island University (Institute for the Study of International Organizations). For research he was also affiliated with the Institute of Diplomacy and Conflict Transformation (Lebanese American University) and visiting lecturer the American University in Kosovo. Most recently, he has been a guest lecturer on international dispute resolution at Johns Hopkins University, Nanjing University, Center for Chinese and American Studies in Nanjing, China.‬

‪Publication (selection):‬

‪Waehlisch, Martin (2011): Past, Present and Future of Transitional Justice in Lebanon. Oxford Transitional Justice Research Working Paper Series. Center for Socio-Legal Studies, Oxford University, forthcoming.‬

‪Waehlisch, Martin (co-author) (2011): Three Years after Independence. Kosovo still struggles for Recognition. Commentary, in: Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty (RFE/RL), February 17, 2011.‬
‪Waehlisch, Martin (2009): Developing Mediation in Lebanon. Comparing ADR evolutions in Lebanon and beyond, in: The Lebanese Review of Arab and International Arbitration, No. 49, pp. 20-24.‬

‪Waehlisch, Martin (2010): Resistance Movements in International Law. A Mapping of Legal Aspects. Berghof Briefing Paper. Berlin: Berghof Foundation for Peace Support.‬
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Waehlisch, Martin (2009): International Organizations as a Substitute for States? Bosnia-Herzegovina as a Model for the Relativization of Statehood, in: Tomuschat, Christian (ed.) (2009): Weltordnungsmodelle für das 21. Jahrhundert. Völkerrechtliche Perspektiven. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlag, pp. 210 (163-208).‬