Alfred de Zayas

Alfred de Zayas is a law professor at the Geneva School of Diplomacy and served as a UN Independent Expert on International Order 2012-18. He is the author of ten books including “Building a Just World Order” Clarity Press, 2021.  

Double-Standards at the UN Human Rights Council

War Crimes in Ukraine: Time for a People’s Tribunal?

Disarmament For Development

Suspending Russia: a Precedent That Undermines the Credibility of the Human Rights Council

No Right Arises From a Wrong

Facts Without Consequences

When the “Good Guys” Censor

Fake News, Fake History, Fake Law

Economic Sanctions Kill

Reflections on Law and Punishment  

Precedents of Permissibility

Reflections on Law and Justice

Overhauling the Human Rights Apparatus: a New Paradigm for the 21st Century

Citius Altius Fortius: the Political Games Around the Olympics

What and Whom to Believe (or How to Cope with Disillusionment)

A Culture of Cheating: On the Origins of the Crisis in Ukraine

NATO as Religion

How to Cope With the Deep State

The Rule of Law Must Finally Evolve Into the Rule of Justice

Who Will Guard the Guardians?

Resolution for 2022: Dare to Build Your Own Opinions and Then Defend Them!

What is Patriotism?

Peng Chun Chang and the Holistic Approach to Human Rights

A Litmus Test for Democracy? Democratic Deficits at the Summit for Democracy

Worse Than the Dreyfuss Affair: the Persecution of Julian Assange

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