Fellow, The Future of Diplomacy Project
Philippe Leroux-Martin worked for the Office of the High Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina as a member of a team of legal advisors who oversaw the legal aspects of the Dayton peace agreement implementation. Following his work in Sarajevo, he headed the legal department of the International Civilian Office, an organization established to supervise and coordinate Kosovo’s accession to independence in 2008-2009. A Canadian lawyer, he is a graduate of the Université de Montréal (LL.B), the London School of Economics (LL.M) and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government (MPA). He has been invited to comment on developments in former Yugoslavia on BBC World News, CBC / Société Radio-Canada and BBC Radio (Persian Service). Mr. Leroux-Martin is currently working on the publication of a book entitled “Diplomatic Counterinsurgency : Lessons from the Balkans” (Cambridge University Press).
FIELDS OF EXPERTISE:
Peace Implementation – Bosnia and Herzegovina – Kosovo – Diplomacy – International Law.