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 Curriculum Vitae

Personal Details:
Name:                            Boris Kondoch
Birthday:                       1 January 1970
Nationality:                  German
Private Address:           A-203 Family Mansion,
                                        311-60 Mun-Hwa 1 Dong
                                        Korea 301-811
Telephone:                    82-42-586-6217 
E-mail Address: 
2010             Course 'The United Nations and the Maintenance of International Peace and Security' Sokang University
Since 2009   Director of the Asia Center for Peace & Security Studies  
Since 2007  Classroom Course Director  at the Peace Operations Traning Institute 
(formerly operating under the name UNITAR POCI)
2008           Guest Lecturer Sun Moon University/Political Science Department
2006           Guest Lectures at the Korean PKO Centre of the Korean National Defence University 
2005           Guest Professor at Korea University/Graduate School of Law
2004 to 2006   Adjunct Professor and UNITAR POCI Course Director at Joongbu University/Korea.
1998 to 2002   Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Law, J.W. Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of International Peacekeeping published by Martinus Nijhoff Publishers since 2008. 
Bryn W. Hughes, Charles T. Hunt, Boris Kondoch, Making Sense of Peace and Capacity-Building Operations. Rethinking Police and Beyond, Martinus Nihoff Publishers,
INTERNATIONAL PEACEKEEPING, The Library of Essays in International Law, Ashgate 2007.
Managing Editor of “International Peacekeeping: The Yearbook of International Peace Operations” since 1999. The yearbook is the continuation of the journal “International Peacekeeping”, formerly published by Kluwer Law International and now by Martinus Nijhoff Publishers.
Member of the Editorial Board of the International Studies Review published by Ewha Womans University
Articles in Journals, Books and Conference Proceedings:
The Applicability of Human Rights Standards to International Policing, Journal of International Peacekeeping, vol. 15, nos . 1-2, pp. 72-91.  
Introduction to South Korea's Foreign Policy in Sung Hack Kang, Korean Style of Foreign Policy and the Dilemma between State Security and National Unification: A Shrimp's Troubles Among Whales, Global Oriental, forthcoming. 
The Responsibility of Peacekeepers, Their Sending States, and International Organizations in D. Fleck, T. Gill (Eds.), The Handbook of the International Law of Military Operations, Oxford University Press, 2010.
Aggression and International Law, Korea International Studies Association, Conference Proceedings 2009. 
Human Rights Law and UN Peace Operations in Post-conflict Situations in N.D. White, D. Klaasen (Eds.), The United Nations and Human Rights Protection in Post-Conflict Situations, Manchester University Press, 2005, p. 19.
The United Nations Administration of East Timor, Journal of Conflict and Security Law, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2001, p. 245.
Neueste Entwicklungen im Völkerstrafrecht aufgezeigt am Beispiel Sierra Leone, Kambodscha und Ost-Timor, Vierteljahresschrift für Sicherheit und Frieden (S+F), Vol. 19, No. 3, 2001, p. 126.
The Limits of Economic Sanctions under International Law: The Case of Iraq, Yearbook of International Peace Operations, 2001, p. 267.
The Special Court for Sierra Leone (with R. Silek), Conflict Trends, Vol. 4, No.1, 2001, p. 28.
Legal Issues from UN Administration of East Timor in G.A. Rodrigues and H. Wharton, Nationbuilding in East Timor published by the Canadian Peacekeeping Press of Pearson Peacekeeping Centre, 2002, p. 28.
UNIKOM Peacekeeping in the Middle East, International Peacekeeping, Vol. 4, No. 3-4, 1998, p. 84.
Articles in Newspapers:
Gerechtigkeit für Sierra Leone (with M. Mounib), Neue Züricher Zeitung, 27 February 2001, p. 9
Entwaffnung durch Inspektionen oder durch Gewalt?(with M. Jung-Mounib), Aargauer Zeitung, 4 March 2003, p. 8
Chronologie des Irak-Konflikts (with M. Jung-Mounib), Aargauer Zeitung, 27 Februar 2003, pp. 2-4
Conferences/ Papers delivered:
Northeast Asia and the Responsibility to Protect, The 6th Jeju Forum for Peace and Prosperity, New Asia for Peace and Prosperity, 27 May 2011. 
Application of Human Rights to Integrated International Policing (Speaker), Legal Challenges for International Policing, organized by the Asia Pacific Center for Military Law, Melbourne Law School and the Autralian Federal Police (International Deployment Group and Legal,) 2-4 May 2010, Canberra, Australia. 
The Responsibility to Protect (Discussant), The 2010 DILA International Conference 'The Law of the Sea, Dispute Settlement, and Colonialism in International Law', 23 April 2010 Co-Hosted by DILA, Korean Society of International Law, etc. at Yonsei Law School, South Korea.
International Youth Conference on North Korean Human Rights organized by PSCORE, 27 November 2009, Seoul (Discussant). 
Workshop on East Asian Perspectives on the Legality and the Legitimacy of the Use of Force,  Panel on Aggression (Chair and Speaker),  9th October 2009 at Ewha University, South Korea.
Human Security in East Asia: Opportunities and Challenges (Discussant), The 5th Jeju Peace Forum, 13 August 2009

Rule of Law: Linking Police and Justice Development - Successes and Failures (Chair) International Workshop Making Sense of Peace and Capacitybuilding Operations: Rethinking Policing and Beyond, 22-23 July 2009, Brisbane Australia 

The Responsibility of Peacekeepers, Their Sending States, and International Organizations, 10 April 2008, at the Dutch Defence Institute, The Hague, Netherlands.
“Legal Issues Arising from United Nations Administration of East Timor” Conference on Nationbuilding in East Timor, 21-23 June 2001, Lisbon, Portugal, organized by the Portuguese Centre for the Study of Southeast Asia and the School of Oriental and African Studies of London University.
“Human Rights Law and UN Peace Operations in Post-conflict Situations” Conference on The United Nations and Human Rights Protection in Post-Conflict Situations, 12-13 September 2002, organized by the Human Rights Law Centre of the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom.
Short Interview (KCTV Jeju Forum), The 6th Jeju Pace Forum for Peace and Prosperity 2011,
'Die USA haben keine rechtliche Legitimation für Angriff”, Interview with the Aargauer Zeitung, 8 February 2003, p. 7
Course Author:
The Law Applicable to UN Peace Operation (UNITAR POCI Course, forthcoming)
Since 2002                 Member of the German branch of the International Society for Military Law and the Law of War
2003                           Founding Member of the International Centre for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CIDESC) in Lisbon, Portugal
1991-1997      Faculty of Law, J.W. Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Law Degree (Diplom-Jurist)
1992-1993      Erasmus Programme: Leicester University, United Kingdom, English Legal Certificate
Currently engaged in a doctoral thesis on the Treatment of Aggressors after the End of the Hostilities (supervisor Prof. Dr. Michael Bothe) J.W. Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Other Relevant Education and Training
 General Course on Public International Law, organised by the Hague Academy of International Law (The Hague, The Netherlands, 27 July-14 August 1998)
Warsaw Course on International Humanitarian Law (Diploma on IHL awarded by the ICRC), organised by the Polish Red Cross and the ICRC (Warsaw, Poland, 5-15 July 1999)
Myths and Reality: The Legal Framework of Modern Peacekeeping, organised by the Lester B. Pearson Peacekeeping Training Centre (Canada, 19-30 March 2001)
Other Activities
2009 Member of the Fraport AG Korea Advisory Team
2008 Judge at the Korean High School Moot Court Competition supported by Kim & Chang 


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