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 twelve books including “Building a Just World Order” (2021) “Countering Mainstream Narratives” 2022, and “The Human Rights Industry” (Clarity Press, 2021).

A Rebellion Against Law and Civilization: Genocide and Its Accomplices

International Day of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace

US Vetos Palestine’s Bid for UN membership

UN Charter, UN Credibility and Unlawful Unilateral Coercive Measures

The Epistemology Trap

US Airman Aaron Bushnell’s Self-Immolation Outside the Israeli Embassy In Washington D.C.

International Order Means Playing by the Rules

Unilateral Coercive Measures and Human Rights

We Need a Great Upshift in 2024 and Beyond!

Collective guilt and Collective Punishment

Is There Such a Thing as a “Just War”?

Responsibility to Protect the Armenian population of Nagorno Karabakh

Retrogression in Human Rights

Enough of the Blaming Game: Let’s For Once Try Talking To Each Other

The Dynamics of War Insanity: NATO’s Ukraine Roulette

A Common-Sense Approach to Mediation for Peace

The Weaponization of Human Rights at the Human Rights Council

Provocation is Not an Innocent Act

Relocating UN Headquarters out of the United States

European ‘Strategic Autonomy’ and the Perception of Reality

The Security Council Fails the World on Nordstream

The Importance of Building a Just World Order to Democracy and the Diversity of World Civilizations

Lessons Not Learned From the Pentagon Papers

Hersh, the US and the Sabotage of the Nordstream Pipelines

Remembering Vladimir Putin’s speech of 10 February 2007 at the Munich Security Conference

The Ukraine War in the Light of the UN Charter

The United Nations and Unilateral Coercive Measures

The Tamil People: “Unsung Victims”

A Blueprint For Peace In Ukraine

The United Nations Promise of Peace – Also In Ukraine

Principles of International Order

Revisiting the Goals of Sustainable Development

Peace as a Human Right

The Good and the Bad in Latin Maxims

Shakespeare Today

“Responsibility to Protect” as a Prelude to Undemocratic “Regime Change” and Foreign Imposition of “Transitional Justice”

NATO’s “Death Wish” Will Destroy Not Only Europe but the Rest of the World as Well

The Flaws in the “Assessment” Report of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights on China

Let’s Revive FDR’s Four Freedoms and the Atlantic Charter

Prolonging War is a Crime against Peace – and a Crime Against Humanity

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