What the fellow says:
"The UNESCO / Keizo Obuchi Fellowship opened a new window of opportunity for me to enhance my knowledge and reach a better understanding of how peaceful resolution of disputes is reached."
School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, United Kingdom: PhD in International Law (30 April 2001).
The Role of Customary Law in the development of the Environmental Law, pp.167-176 found in The Environment and Judiciaries of the Arab world, (Proceedings of an Arab Chief Justices Regional Conference published by UNEP: 2004).
The Arab League and Human Rights Protection, pp.211-220 found in Eugene Cotran (ed.), Democracy, the Rule of Law and Islam (Kluwer Law International: 1999).