Doc. RNDr. Martin Palouš, Ph.D. (*1950)

profesní zaměření:

  • diplomacie
  • mezinárodní vztahy, mezinárodní právo
  • soudobé dějiny

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profesní curriculum:

  • 1977 signatář Charty 77
  • 1986 mluvčím Charty 77
  • 1989 podílel se na založení Občanského fóra
  • 1990 poslanec Federálního shromáždění ČSSR
  • 1990-1992 a poté i 1998-2001 náměstek ministra zahraničních věcí
  • 1997 přednáší na Fakultě sociální věd UK
  • 2001-2005 velvyslanec ČR ve Spojených státech
  • 2006 -2011 stálý zástupce České republiky v OSN
  • 2011-2012 ředitel Knihovny Václava Havla
  • v současnosti ředitel Programu Václava Havla pro lidská práva a diplomacii na Floridské mezinárodní univerzitě

bibliografie (výběrově):

  • Jan Patočka versus Václav Benda. In: Gordon H. Skilling and Paul Wilson(ed.): Civic Freedom in Central Europe/Voices from Czechoslovakia, Macmillan Academic and Professional, 1991; published also as Parallel Polis after Twelve Years in: Uncaptive Minds, 1988
  • Philosophy as Personal Experience and the Others. In: Marketa Goetz-Stankiewitz (ed.): Good-bye, Samizdat/Twenty Years of Czechoslovak Underground Writing, Northwestern University Press, Evanston, Illinois, 1992
  • Gérer le fait national: le cas tchécoslovaque. In: Politique Internationale, 1992
  • Post-totalitarian Political Experience and European Philosophy. In: Public Affairs Quarterly, vol.7,no. 2, April 1993
  • Farewell to Czechoslovakia. In: HCA Newsletter, n.6, Winter 1993
  • Farewell to Czechoslovakia (in Japanese). In: World Weekly 2/9 1993
  • Weaving a Security Net: Central Europe and the Structures of International Peace and Security. In: Jeffrey Laurenti (ed.): Searching for Moorings – East Central Europe in the International System, United Nations Association of the United States of America, 1994
  • Without Memory and Consciousness. In: Lustration Laws In Eastern and Central Europe, Helsinki Citizens‘ Assembly Publication Series 9, 1994
  • The Czechoslovak Divorce: Velvet” Settlement, or Muted Coexistence? In: Craufurd D. Goodwin and Michael Nacht (eds.): Beyond Government: Extending the Public Policy Debate in Emerging Democracies, Westview Press, Boulder-San Francisco-Oxford, 1995
  • Questions of Czech Citizenship .in: André Liebich and Daniel Warner with Jasna Dragovic (eds.): Citizenship East and West, Kegan Paul International, London and New York, 1995
  • Five Years Later: Re-Reading of the Prague Appeal. In: The hCa Quarterly, n. 13, spring 1995
  • The Nature of the security debate five years on. In: The hCa Quarterly, n. 13, spring 1995
  • The Current Security Thought in Central Europe .In: Nacao e Defesa, Instituto da Defesa Nacional – Portugal, No.77-Janeiro-Marco de 1996
  • Return to Europe or Crisis of Civilization? In: Nacao e Defesa, No.78-Abril-Junho de 1996
  • Democracy and Dynamics of Globalization. Introduction. In: Democracy is a Discussion. Civic Engagement in Emerging Democracies, published by Connecticut College, 1996
  • Charter 1977 in 1996 – a closed chapter or a living heritage? Translated by Nancy Bishop, CTS-96-16
  • Beyond the Liberal Paradigm. In: Reflections on the State of Europe from the Perspective of Civil Society, hCa Quarterly, Summer 1996, No. 17.
  • Česká republika na prahu NATO. In: Nová přítomnost, Praha,srpen 1997
  • The United States and Europe: A Question for the Twenty-First Century. Helsinki Monitor, Volume 8 (1997),No. 3
  • Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly. Mit der Ideen von 1989 in das 21. Jahrhundert? In: Christine M. Merkel (ed.): Friedenspolitik der Zivilgesellschaft, Zugänge – Erfolge – Ziele, Agenda Verlag, Münster, 1998
  • International Law and the Construction, Liberation, and Final Deconstruction of Czechoslovakia. In: Cecilia Lynch and Michael Loriaux (eds.): Law and Moral Action in World Politics, University of Minnesota Press, 1999
  • Democracy in the Czech Republic (with Zdenek Kavan). In: Mary Kaldor and Ivan Vejvoda (eds.): Democratization in Central and Eastern Europe, Pinter London, 1999
  • Totalitarianism and Authoritarianism. In: Lester Kurtz (ed.): Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace and Conflict, Volume 3, Academic Press, 1999
  • Beyond Liberal Paradigm. In: Magorka Golubovic and George F. McLean (eds.): Models of Identities in Post-Communist Societies, Yugoslav Philosophical Studies I, The Council for Research in Values & Philosophy, 1999
  • Between Idealism and Realism: Reflections on the Political Landscape of Post-Communism. In: Sorin Antohi and Vladimir Tismaneanu (eds.): Between Past and Future: The Revolutions of 1989 and Their Aftermath, Central University Press, Budapest, 2000
  • The Perspective of a Small State. In: ACE – Analysis, Current Events, published by Asian Studies & East European Studies, Baylor University for the Association for the Study of Nationalities, Vol. 14, No. 1, February 2002
  • What Does Democracy Mean Today? In: Idebate (A publication of IDEA, International Debate Association), October 2002, vol. 3, issue 1
  • Common Sense and the Rule of Law: Returning Voegelin to Central Europe. In: Embry C. R. and Cooper B. (eds.): Philosophy, Literature, and Politics. Essays Honoring Ellis Sandoz. University of Missouri Press, Columbia and London. 2005
  • What Kind of God Does Human Rights Require? In: Bucar, E.M. and Barnett B. (eds.): Does Human Rights Need God?, Wm. B. Erdman Publishing Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan and Cambridge, U.K., 2005
  • Totalitarianism and Authoritarianism. In: Lester Kurtz (Editor-in-Chief): Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, & Conflict, 2nd Ed., 3 vols. Oxford: Elsevier, 2008
  • Le message socratique de Jan Patočka pour le XXIe siècle. Relire les textes de Patočka sur la Chartre 77 trente ans après. In: Sonia Dayan-Herzbrun, Nicole Gabriel at Valérie Lowit (eds.): TumultesAu coeur de l’Europe quand un monde s’est écroulé, Éditions Kime, Paris, numero 32-33, novembre 2009
  • Jan Patočka’s Socratic Message for the 21st Century. In: Ivan Chvatik and Erica Abrams (eds.): Jan Patočka and the Heritage of Phenomenology, Series: Contributions to Phenomenology, Volume 61, Springer Dordrecht Heidelberg London New York, 2010
  • Revolutions and Revolutionaries, Lessons of the Years of Crises. In: Vladimir Tismaneanu (ed.): Promises of 1968. Crisis, Illusion, Utopia, Central European University Press Budapest-New York, 2011
  • To Invite or Not to Invite? Václav Havel’s Hamletesque Question. In: Václav Havel, Martin Palouš: Invite or Not Invite? Human Rights 25 Years After. Václav Havel Library, 2014
  • Where are we? The State of Negotiation of a New Treaty Between The European Union and Cuba, Annual Proceedings of The Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy, vol. 24, 2014
  • Václav Havel. Statuary Hall, United States Capitol. November 19, 2014 (with Marta Smolíková), Václav Havel Library, 2014
  • Cuba in 2015: A Perspective from Central Europe, Identidades, Year 3, Number 8, June 2016
  •  Václav Havel’s Legacy and the Future of Cuba, Annual Proceedings of The Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy, vol. 27, 2017
  •  Contested Ground. The Campaign to Enhance the Status of the European Union in the UN General Assembly (with Katie Laatikainen), Globus Research Papers, ARENA, Centre for European Studies, University of Oslo, July 2018
  • A Philosopher and His History. Jan Patočka’s Reflections on The End of Europe and the Arrival of the Post-European Epoch. Thesis Eleven, vol. 116, 1 or in: The Solidarity of the Shaken: Jan Patočka’s Legacy in the Modern World. Edited by Martin Palouš. Academica Press Washington-London, 2019
  • Foreword and Postscript: Memory and Narrative within the Community of Human Beings (with Glenn Hughes and Henrik Syse). In: The Presence of the Past: Essays on Memory, Conflict and Reconciliation. Edited by Martin Palouš and Glenn Hughes, St. James’s Studies in World Affairs, Academica Press, Washington-London, 2019.
  • The Chinese Question in the Times of Coronavirus in: Modelo, publ. of CESCOS, Year I, document 6, 2020
  • Knowledge We Have Gained. In: Slovo, Czech and Slovak Museum & Library, Spring 2020
  • Přítomnost a minulost. Eseje o paměti, konfliktu a usmíření (s Glennem Hughesem), ÚSTR – Post Bellum, Praha 2020