Boris Krivokapić

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Boris Krivokapić

Boris Krivokapić (born November 16, 1958) was born in Belgrade, Serbia. He is a full-professor of Public International Law as well as of Human Rights with the Megatrend University in Belgrade. He is the author of 34 books (of them 15 as single author) and over 130 scientific articles, published in Serbian and International scientific journals and collections of papers in nearly 20 countries of Europe, America and Asia; some 30 scientific projects, over 300 reviews, etc.

Since 2012. he is Vice-rector for science of the Megatrend university - the oldest and biggest private university in the Balkans. He is also Editor-in-chief of leading Serbian multidisciplinary scholarly journal "Megatrend revija - Megatrend Review", published 4 times per year bilingually in Serbian and English.[1]

Education[edit]

Krivokapić graduated from the Faculty of Law at Belgrade University (1979), where he also earned his M.B.A. (1985) and LL.D. (1988). He is also proficient in Korean and other martial arts. In Martial Arts since 1974, Grandmaster, Founder of Hapkikwan and President of Hapkikwan International.[2]

Publications[edit]

English translation of titles are given in parenthesis.

  • Konzularne Konvencije SSSR-a Sa Drugim Zemljama Varsavskog Ugovora (“Consular Conventions of the USSR With Orher Countries of Warsaw Pact”), Belgrade 1987, 131 Pp.
  • Kontrola Drzavne Uprave u Sovjetskom Savezu - Dometi “Perestrojke” (“Control Over State Administration in the Soviet Union”), Belgrade 1988, 224 Pp.
  • Pravo i pravo na upotrebu jezika (“Law and the Right to use Language”), co-author, Belgrade 1990, 255 Pp.
  • Jugoslovenske manjine u susednim zemljama i njihova prava” (“Yugoslav Minorities in Neighboring Countries and their Rights”), co-author, Belgrade 1992, 149 Pp.
  • Leksikon Međunarodnog Prava (“Lexicon Of International Law”), Belgrade 1998, 566 Pp.
  • NATO agresija na Jugoslaviju - sila iznad prava” (“NATO Aggression on Yugoslavia - the Power Above the Law”), Belgrade 1999, 162 Pp.
  • Položaj Etničkih Manjina U Obrazovanju - Uporedna Analiza (“Status Of Ethnic Minorities In Education - A Comparative Analysis”), Belgrade 2000, 254 Pp.
  • Alandska ostrva - primer uspesne autonomije (“Aland Islands - an Example of Successful Autonomy”), Editor, Belgrade 2001, 190 Pp.
  • Evropska Socijalna Povelja (“European Social Charter”), Belgrade 2002, 120 Pp.
  • Službena Upotreba Jezika U Međunarodnom Pravu I Novijem Zakonodavstvu Nekih Evropskih Država ("Official Use Of Language In International Law And Recent Legislature Of Some European States"), Belgrade 2004, 405 Pp.
  • Zaštita Manjina: Istorijski Razvoj, Osnovna Pitanja i Zaštita u Okviru UN ("Protection of Minorities: Historical Development, Main Issues and Protection Within the Framework of the United Nations"), book I of the trilogy "Zaštita manjina u međunarodnom i uporednom pravu" ("Protection of Minorities in International and Comparative Law"), Belgrade 2004, 871 Pp.
  • Zaštita Manjina U Regionalnim Okvirima i Putem Bilateralnih Sporazuma ("Protection of Minorities Within the Regional Frameworks and Through Bilateral International Agreements"), book II of the trilogy "Zaštita manjina u međunarodnom i uporednom pravu" ("Protection of Minorities in International and Comparative Law"), Belgrade 2004, 889 Pp.
  • Zaštita Manjina U Nacionalnim Porecima Država ("Protection of Minorities In National Orders of States"), book III of the trilogy "Zaštita manjina u međunarodnom i uporednom pravu" ("Protection of Minorities in International and Comparative Law"), Belgrade 2004, 921 Pp.
  • Uvod u pravo Finske (“Introduction to Finnish Legal System”), co-author, Editor, Belgrade 2005, 626 Pp.
  • Manjine U Međunarodnom Pravu («Minorities In International Law»), Belgrade 2006, 278 Pp.
  • Međunarodno Pravo: Koreni, Razvoj, Perspektive («International Law: Roots, Development, Perspectives»), Belgrade 2006, 279 Pp.
  • Osnovi Međunarodnih Ljudskih Prava («Basics of International Human Rights»), co-author, Belgrade 2007, 347 Pp.
  • La Toponomastica in Istria, Fiume e Damlazia (in Italian: "Toponomastics in Istria, Fiume and Dalmatia"), Vol. I, Profili giuridici, co-author, Venezia (Venice) 2009.
  • Medjunarodna Ljudska Prava («International Human Rights»), co-author, Belgrade 2010, 409 Pp.
  • Enciklopedijski recnik medjunarodnog prava i medjunarodnih odnosa («Encyclopedic Dictionary of International Law and International Relations»), Belgrade 2010, 1.190 Pp.
  • Aktuelni problemi međunarodnog prava («Current Problems of International Law»), Belgrade 2011, 754 Pp.
  • Topographical Names and Protection of Linguistic Minorities, co-author, Giuseppe de Vergottini, Valeria Piergigli (eds.), series: "Schriften zum internationalen und zum öffentlichen Recht", Volume 99, Publ. by Peter Lang International Academic Publishers - Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2011. 466 Pp. Author of Chapter: «Toponomastics and protection of ethnic (national) minorities: legislation and practice od the Republic of Serbia», pp. 355–405.
  • The Hague Tribunal Between Law and Politics, co-author, Ciric Jovan (ed.), Belgrade 2013, 200 Pp., Author of Chapter: A Somewhat Different View on International Criminal Courts, pp. 7–55. Serbian edition: Хашки трибунал између права и политике, co-autor, Ћирић Јован (ур.), Београд 2013, 192 Pp. Author of Chapter: Нешто другачији поглед на међународне кривичне судове, pp. 6–52;
  • Medjunarodna Javno Pravo («Public International Law), Belgrade 2013, 535 Pp.

Awards[edit]

  • (2005) Award class A1 for distinguished results in science. Awarded by Serbian Ministry of Science.
  • (2006) Award “Prof. dr Borislav T. Blagojevic” for the best book on Comparative and European Law, published in Serbia & Montenegro in the period 2004-2005;
  • (2011) Award “Best Author” for 2011, by "Sluzbeni glasnik", Belgrade (the biggest publisher in the Balkans).

References[edit]

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