Gentian Zyberi

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Head of education, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University of Oslo.

Member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, The Hague, the Netherlands.

Awards and international recognition

  • Nominated for a place in the United Nations International Law Commission (2017-2021 period).
  • Second Prize for the 2008 Max van der Stoel Human Rights Award, awarded in December 2008, by Tilburg University and the Netherlands School of Human Rights Research for my PhD dissertation.
  • Honorable mention for the G.J. Wiarda Prize 2008, awarded by the Utrecht University School of Law for an article on the International Court of Justice.

Academic background and work experience

I hold a bachelor’s degree in law (LL.B, 2000, cum laude) from Tirana University School of Law, Albania, and a Master’s degree (LL.M, 2002, honorary mention) and a PhD degree (2008) in International Law from Utrecht University School of Law, the Netherlands.

In my career I have combined effectively academic work and the practice of international law. During the last 13 years I have done research, have published and have taught in the areas of international human rights, international humanitarian law, international criminal law and public international law at different universities in the Netherlands, Albania, China, the US, and Norway. My PhD research, carried out at the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (Utrecht University) from September 2003 to September 2007, focused on the contribution of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to interpreting and developing rules and principles of international human rights and humanitarian law.

My practice of international law includes working for the Defence at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) from November 2004 to November 2012 in two cases, namely Prosecutor v. Limaj et al and Prosecutor v. Haradinaj et al. From May 2008 to December 2012 I also acted as pro bono co-counsel before the ICTY for post-conviction matters on behalf of Mr Haradin Bala.

Throughout 2009 I acted as legal adviser and coordinator of the Albanian legal team in the Kosovo Declaration of Independence case before the ICJ. At the same time I acted as special adviser on Kosovo to the Albanian Minister for Foreign Affairs.

In 2016 I advised Kosovo in the process of becoming a member State of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, the Netherlands.

Professor Gill and I submitted amicus curiae briefs in the Hamdan case tried before US courts, namely the United States Court of Military Commission Review and the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. This was done with the help of American legal counsel.  

Main research  interests and potential PhD supervision

The role of international courts and tribunals in developing international human rights law, international humanitarian law, and international criminal law; protection of community interests in international law; responsibility to protect doctrine; transitional justice, especially in the Balkans. Open to discuss and eventually supervise PhD candidates working on these topics.

    Teaching and supervision

    Over the last ten years I have supervised students in writing their Master theses at the University of Utrecht, the University of Amsterdam, and the University of Oslo. Currently I am responsible for the following five courses:

    • JUR1730/JUS5730International Humanitarian Law (The Law of Armed Conflict)
    • JUS5912: Legal Writing and Oral Advocacy in International Law
    • HUMR5132: Human Rights in Context;
    • HUMR5145: Human Rights in Asia;
    • HUMR5200: Thesis in the Theory and Practice of Human Rights.

    I'm closely involved in teaching the following course:

    • JUS5540:  Public International Law

    I'm lecturing in the following seven courses:

    • HUMR5191Human Rights Methodology: Research, Analysis and Thesis
    • JUS5134The Right to Peace;
    • JUS5570International Criminal Law;
    • JUS5520: International Environmental Law;
    • JUS5503Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism
    • HUMR 5502Dealing with Diversity: Human Rights Approaches to Ethnic Conflict
    • ISSJF4711: Human Rights (UiO International Summer School).

    Coaching of moot court teams

    Over the last ten years I have coached or co-coached students for the following moot court competitions: Jessup, Telders, Jean Pictet, Frits Kalshoven, ELSA Human Rights Moot Court, and the ICC Moot Court. The 2015 UiO Telders team got 4th place out of 24 participating teams; the 2015 UiO team participating in the ELSA Human Rights Moot Court got 6th place out of the 16 finalist teams from all over Europe.

    Academic reviewing and membership in editorial boards

    I have served as external academic reviewer for Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, and Intersentia. Also, I have reviewed scholarly work for the SOAS Research Student Society’s Journal, the Human Rights and International Legal Discourse Journal, the Utrecht Law Review, the World Trade Review, International Journal of Law in Context, Leiden Journal of International Law, Nordic Journal of Human Rights, the Oslo Law Review, Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations, and Ethics and International Affairs.

    • Member of the Board of Advisors to the Editorial Board of the Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, (TMC Asser Institute, The Hague).
    • Member of the Editorial Board of the Utrecht Law Review (2005 – 2010).

    Visits and stays abroad

    In the period September-December 2010, I was a visiting scholar at the Peking University Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. During that period I taught a course on International Criminal Law at the Center and also gave a number of guest lectures at the Chinese University of Political Sciences and Law (Beijing), Shandong University (Jinan), the University of International Relations (Beijing) and the Sun Yat-Sen University (Guangzhou). Also I had the honor to serve as a judge in the national international humanitarian law competition organized by the ICRC, the Chinese Red Cross, and Renmin University (Beijing).

    In May 2014 I had a brief stay as visiting scholar at the Centre for Rights and Justice of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, China.

    ​Selected  presentations in international conferences

    • ‘Fostering Good Neighbourliness in the Western Balkans: Kosovo and Its Neighbours’ in Perceptions of Security and Governance in de facto and Partially Recognized States, School of Public Policy, University College London, London, 11-12 September 2014.
    • ‘Dealing with Armed Opposition Groups in ‘Responsibility to Protect’ Situations: The Cases of Libya and Syria’ in Human Security @ 20: Past Experiences and Future Prospect, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, 25-27 June 2014.
    • ‘The UN-related Criminal Courts and Other Initiatives: Top-Down or Bottom-Up Transitional Justice?’ in Debating ‘Transitional Cosmopolitanism’ through Courts, University of Oslo, Oslo, 3-4 March 2014.
    • ‘Non-­State Actors and the Responsibility to Protect' in Beyond Responsibility to Protect: Towards Responsible Use of International Law?,’ McCoubrey Centre for International Law, University of Hull, Hull, 3-5 July 2013.
    • ‘Ensuring the Protection of the Environment from Serious Damage: Towards a Model of Shared Responsibility between International Corporations and the States Concerned?’ in Business and Human Rights, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences and Norwegian Center for Human Rights, Hanoi, 27-28 June 2013.
    • ‘Navigating the Occasional Tensions Arising between Effective and Efficient Legal Counseling and Respecting the Formal Rules of the Tribunals: What Compass to Use?’ in ESIL Forum 2013: European Society of International Law, Amsterdam, 23-25 May 2013.
    • ‘International Criminal Courts and Tribunals and Reconciliation’ in IX International Forum for Transitional Justice: Reconciliation in the Post-Yugoslav Countries, Coalition for RECOM, Mount Jahorina, 17-18 May 2013.
    • ‘The Role of the International Courts and Tribunals in the Pursuit of Peace, Justice and the Responsibility to Protect’ in Panel on Human Rights and Security: Protecting Victims and Providing Justice (20th anniversary conference), Estonian Institute for Human Rights, Tallinn, 10 December 2012.
    • ‘Application of General Principles and Instruments of International Law to EU Missions’ in Human Rights and EU Crisis Management Operations: A Duty to Respect and to Protect?, T.M.C. Asser Institute, The Hague, 25 May 2012.
    • ‘Our Common Responsibility to Protect - Meeting Human Security Challenges in the 21st Century’ in Future Diplomats Conference, American Embassy and the Grotius Center for International Legal Studies, Leiden University, The Hague, 26 August 2011.
    • ‘Relationship between Human Rights and Humanitarian Law and Obligations of Peacekeepers’ in Ad Hoc Conference on Legal Issues during Peace Keeping Operations (PKO), Conference of American Armies, Bogotá, 25-30 April 2010.
    • ‘The International Court of Justice and Human Rights’, in Annual Meeting of the International Law Association (ILA), International Human Rights Law Committee, The Hague, 16 August 2010.
      Tags: Public International Law, International Courts and Tribunals, International Court of Justice, International Criminal Court, International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, European Court of Human Rights, Human Rights, International Humanitarian Law, International Criminal Law, Responsibility to Protect, Transitional Justice, Community Interests, Human Rights and Conflict.

      Publications

      Main publications

      Books 

      1. G. Zyberi, ‘The Humanitarian Face of the International Court of Justice: Its Contribution to Interpreting and Developing International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Rules and Principles’ (Antwerpen– Oxford–Portland: Intersentia, 2008).

      2. G. Zyberi (ed.), ‘An Institutional Approach to the Responsibility to Protect’ (Cambridge University Press, 2013) - published also in paperback in 2016.

      3. G. Zyberi, ‘International Law of Human Rights’ (university textbook in Albanian) (Tirana: Botart, December 2011), 365 pp.

      4. G. Zyberi and Q. Qerimi, ‘International Law of Human Rights’ (university textbook in Albanian), second edition (Prishtina: February 2015), 386 pp.

      5. C. Rohan and G. Zyberi (eds.), Defence Perspectives on International Criminal Justice (Cambridge University Press, April 2017).

      Recent publications

      1. G. Zyberi, 'Dealing with Professional Misconduct by Defence Counsel during International Criminal Proceedings', in C. Rohan and G. Zyberi (eds.), Defence Perspectives on International Criminal Justice (Cambridge University Press, April 2017), pp. 109-133.

      2. S. Sali and G. Zyberi, ‘Functional Immunity for Defence Counsel and Defence Staff’, in C. Rohan and G. Zyberi (eds.), Defence Perspectives on International Criminal Justice (Cambridge University Press, April 2017), pp. 173-203.

      3. G. Zyberi, ‘Responsibility of States and Individuals for Mass Atrocity Crimes’ in André Nollkaemper and Ilias Plakokefalos (eds.), The Practice of Shared Responsibility in International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2017), pp. 236-262.

      Forthcoming

      1. G. Zyberi and A. Andersson, ‘Substantive Convergence? How Is Human Rights Law Influencing LOAC and Vice Versa?’ in Heike Krieger and Robin Geiss (eds.), The Legal Pluriverse Surrounding Extraterritorial Military Operations (forthcoming, late 2017).

      2. G. Zyberi, 'The International Court of Justice', in Sir Nigel Rodley and Tara Van Ho (eds.), Research Handbook on Human Rights Institutions and Enforcement (Edward Elgar Publishers, forthcoming late 2017).

      Articles

      1. G. Zyberi, 'United Nations-Related Criminal Courts and Tribunals: Fleeting Mirages of Transitional Justice or a Piecemeal Approach to Cosmopolitan Justice?', in Symposium: Debating Cosmopolitan Law through Courts. Philosophical and Legal Perspectives, 7(1) Transnational Legal Theory (2016), pp. 114-132.

      2. G. Zyberi and Jernej Letnar Černič, Transitional Justice Processes and Reconciliation in the Former Yugoslavia: Challenges and Prospects, 33(2) Nordic Journal of Human Rights (2015), pp. 132–157.

      3. G. Zyberi, Provisional Measures of the International Court of Justice in Armed Conflict Situations, Leiden Journal of International Law 23 (2010), 571-584.

      4. G. Zyberi, Self-Determination through the Lens of the International Court of Justice, Netherlands International Law Review 56 (2009), 429-453.

      5. G. Zyberi, Taking Rights Seriously: Time for Establishing A Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues Chamber at the International Court of Justice?, University of Prishtina Journal of Human Rights and Policy 2 (2009), 103-126.

      6. G. Zyberi, Assessing the Validity of Reservations to International Human Rights Treaties through the Lens of the International Court of Justice, NJCM Bulletin 34-8 (2008), 1121-1129.

      7. G. Zyberi, The Development and Interpretation of International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Rules and Principles through the Case-law of the International Court of Justice, Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 25 (2007), 117-139.

      Forthcoming

      1. G. Zyberi, ‘The Principle of Humanity: From Lofty Ideal to Basis for State and Individual Responsibility under International Law’ (work in progress).

      2. G. Zyberi, 'The Case for a Principled Engagement with Armed Opposition Groups in ‘Responsibility to Protect’ Situations: The Cases of Libya and Syria' (work in progress).

      Contributions to edited books

      1. G. Zyberi, ‘Responsibility of States and Individuals for Mass Atrocity Crimes’ in André Nollkaemper and Ilias Plakokefalos (eds.), The Practice of Shared Responsibility in International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2017), pp. 236-262.

      2. G. Zyberi, ‘Ensuring the Protection of the Environment from Serious Damage: Towards a Model of Shared Responsibility between International Corporations and the States Concerned?’, in Bård Anders Andreassen and Vo Khanh Vinh (eds.), Duties Across Borders: Advancing Human Rights in Transnational Business  (Intersentia, 2016), pp. 67-90.

      3. G. Zyberi, ‘The Role and Contribution of International Courts in Furthering Peace as an Essential Community Interest’, in Cecilia M. Bailliet and Kjetil Mujezinović Larsen (eds.), Promoting Peace Through International Law (Oxford University Press, 2015), pp. 344-367.

      4. G. Zyberi and S. Sali, ‘The Place and Application of International Law in the Albanian Legal System’, in Siniša Rodin and Tamara Perišin (eds.), Judicial Application of International Law in Southeast Europe (Springer, 2015), pp. 81-108.

      5. G. Zyberi, CommentaryProsecutor v. Fofana and Kondewa, Case No. SCSL-04-14-T, T. Ch. I, Judgement of 2 August 2007 (290 pp), in André Klip and Steven Freeland (eds.), Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals (ALC), Volume XLV, (Intersentia, 2015), pp. 1036-1046.

      6. G. Zyberi, ‘The Jurisprudence of the International Court of Justice and International Criminal Courts and Tribunals’, in Erika de Wet and Jann Kleffner (eds.), Convergence and Conflicts of Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law in Military Operations (Pretoria University Law Press, 2014), pp. 395-416.

      7. G. Zyberi ‘The Role of Non-State Actors in Implementing the Responsibility to Protect’, in Cedric Ryngaert and Math Noortmann (eds.) Human Security and International Law: The Challenge of Non-State Actors (Intersentia, 2014), pp. 53-74.

      8. G. Zyberi, ‘The International Court of Justice and the Rights of Peoples and Minorities’ in  Christian Tams and James Sloan (eds.), The Development of International Law by the International Court of Justice (Oxford University Press, 2013), pp. 327-352.

      9. G. Zyberi, ‘The International Court of Justice’, in G. Zyberi (ed.), ‘An Institutional Approach to the Responsibility to Protect’ (Cambridge University Press, 2013), pp. 365-385.

      10. G. Zyberi, ‘Sharing the Responsibility to Protect: Taking Stock and Moving Forward’, in G. Zyberi (ed.), ‘An Institutional Approach to the Responsibility to Protect’ (Cambridge University Press, 2013), pp. 511-530.

      11. G. Zyberi, ‘Commentary to Article 11 of the Statute of the International Criminal Court’, in Paul De Hert, Jean Flamme, Mathias Holvoet, Olivia Struyven (eds.), Code of International Criminal Law and Procedure: Annotated (Larcier, 2013), pp. 65-67.

      12. G. Zyberi, ‘Responsibility to Protect Through the International Court of Justice’, in J. Hoffmann and A. Nollkaemper (ed.), Responsibility to Protect: From Principle to Practice (Amsterdam University Press, 2012), pp. 305-317.

      13. G. Zyberi, ‘The Role of International Courts in Post-Conflict Societies’, in Ineke Boerefijn et al (eds.), Human Rights and Conflict: Essays in Honour of Bas de Gaay Fortman (Intersentia, 2012), pp. 375-393.

      14. G. Zyberi, ‘Universal Jurisdiction’, in Helmut K. Anheier and Mark Juergensmeyer (eds.), Encyclopedia of Global Studies, Vol. 4 (Sage Publishers, March 2012), pp. 1705-1710.

      15. G. Zyberi, Sentencing Judgement (Commentary), in Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals, A. Klip and G. Sluiter (eds.), Volume XXVIII, (Intersentia, 2012), pp. 939-945.

      16. G. Zyberi, Judgement (Commentary), in A. Klip and G. Sluiter (eds.), Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals, Volume XXXII, (Intersentia, 2011), pp. 739-759.

      17. G. Zyberi, ‘The Role and Status of Non-State Actors from the Perspective of the International Law Commission’, in Jean D’Aspremont (ed.), Participants in the International Legal System: Theoretical Perspectives (Routledge, 2011), pp. 165-179.

      18. G. Zyberi, ‘Human Rights in the International Court of Justice’, in Mashood Baderin and Manisuli Ssenyonjo (eds.), International Human Rights Law: 60 Years after the UDHR (Ashgate, 2010), pp. 289-304.

      19. G. Zyberi, Sentencing Judgment (Commentary), in A. Klip and G. Sluiter (eds.), Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals, Volume XX, (Intersentia, 2010), pp. 829-836.

      20. G. Zyberi, Evidentiary Decisions (Commentary), in A. Klip and G. Sluiter (eds.), Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals, Volume XVI, (Intersentia, 2009), pp. 227-231.

      21. G. Zyberi, ‘Bosnian Special Court’ and ‘Kosovo Special Courts’, in A. Cassesse et al (eds), Oxford Companion to International Criminal Justice (Oxford University Press, February 2009), pp. 258-259 and pp. 403-404 .

      22. G. Zyberi, Judgment (Commentary), in Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals, A. Klip and G. Sluiter (eds.), Volume XII, (Intersentia, 2007), pp. 581-597.

      23. G. Zyberi, Indictment (Commentary), in A. Klip and G. Sluiter (eds.), Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals, Volume XI, (Intersentia, 2007), pp. 258-262.

      24. G. Zyberi, Jurisdiction (Commentary), in A. Klip and G. Sluiter (eds.), Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals, Volume X, (Intersentia, 2006), pp. 23-25.

      25. G. Zyberi, Indictment (Commentary), in A. Klip and G. Sluiter (eds.), Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals, Volume VII, (Intersentia, 2004), pp. 76-79.

      Working papers

      1. G. Zyberi, ‘The Transitional Justice Process in the Former Yugoslavia: Long Transition, Yet Not Enough Justice’, in Oxford Transitional Justice Research Working Paper Series, March 2012 (in the SSRN database).

      2. G. Zyberi, ‘The Applicability of General Principles and Instruments of International Law to Peace Missions of the European Union’, in Aurel Sari and Ramses A. Wessel (eds.), Human Rights in EU Crisis Management Operations: A Duty to Respect and to Protect?, CLEER Working Paper Series 2012/6, pp. 21-37.

      3. G. Zyberi, ‘Navigating the Occasional Tensions Arising between Effective and Efficient Legal Counseling and Respecting the Formal Rules of the Tribunals: What Compass to Use?’, (ESIL 2013 5th Research Forum: International Law as a Profession Conference Paper No. 3/2013, 4 December 2013).

      Book reviews

      1. James Crawford, Allain Pellet and Simon Olleson (eds.), The Law of International Responsibility (Oxford University Press, 2010), 4 February 2013, (http://internationallawobserver.eu).

      2. Constantine Antonopoulos, Counterclaims before the International Court of Justice, (TMC Asser Press, 2011) in Netherlands International Law Review 59 (2012), 126-129.

      3. Aidan Hehir, Humanitarian Intervention: An Introduction (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), in Merkourios – Utrecht Journal of International and European Law, 27 (2011), 92-94.

      4. William A. Schabas, The International Criminal Court: A Commentary on the Rome Statute (Oxford University Press, 2010), 18 November 2010, (http://internationallawobserver.eu).

      5. Michael Lewis, Eric Jensen, Geoffrey Corn, Victor Hansen, Richard Jackson and James Schoettler (eds.), The War on Terror and the Laws of War: A Military Perspective (Oxford University Press, 2009), 18 December 2009, (http://internationallawobserver.eu).

      6. Anja Seibert-Fohr, Prosecuting Serious Human Rights Violations (New York: Oxford University Press, 2009), 8 September 2009, (http://internationallawobserver.eu).

      7. Mark Lattimer (ed.), Genocide and Human Rights (Ashgate, 2007) in Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 27 (2009), 435-437.

      8. Shiv RS Bedi, The Development of Human Rights Law by the Judges of the International Court of Justice (Oxford – Portland Oregon: Hart Publishing, 2007) in Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 26 (2008), 285-288.

      9. Andreas Zimmermann, Christian Tomuschat, Karin Oellers-Frahm (eds.), The Statute of the International Court of Justice: A Commentary (Great Britain: Oxford University Press, 2006) in Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 25 (2007), 547-550.

      • Sali, Semir & Zyberi, Gentian (2017). Functional Immunity for Defense Counsel and Defense Staff, In Colleen Rohan & Gentian Zyberi (ed.),  Defense Perspectives on International Criminal Justice.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 9781107086678.  6.  s 173 - 203 Full text in Research Archive.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2017). Dealing with Professional Misconduct by Defense Counsel during International Criminal Proceedings, In Colleen Rohan & Gentian Zyberi (ed.),  Defense Perspectives on International Criminal Justice.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 9781107086678.  4.  s 109 - 133 Full text in Research Archive.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2017). Responsibility of States and Individuals for Mass Atrocity Crimes, In André Nollkaemper & Ilias Plakokefalos (ed.),  The Practice of Shared Responsibility in International Law.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 9781107107090.  10.  s 236 - 262 Full text in Research Archive.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2016). Ensuring the Protection of the Environment from Serious Damage: Towards a model of Shared Responsibility between International Corporations and the States Concerned?, In Bård A. Andreassen & Võ Khanh Vinh (ed.),  Duties Across Borders: Advancing Human Rights in Transnational Business.  Intersentia.  ISBN 978-1-78068-376-8.  Chapter 3.  s 67 - 90
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2016). United Nations-Related Criminal Courts and Tribunals: Fleeting Mirages of Transitional Justice or a Piecemeal Approach to Cosmopolitan Justice?. Transnational Legal Theory.  ISSN 2041-4005.  7(1), s 114- 132 Show summary
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2015). Commentary (Judgement, Prosecutor v. Fofana and Kondewa, Case No. SCSL-04-14-T, T. Ch. I, 2 August 2007), In André Klip & Steven Freeland (ed.),  Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals - volume 45.  Intersentia.  ISBN 9781780682846.  Part III Judgements 6. Judgements.  s 1036 - 1046
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2015). The Role and Contribution of International Courts in Furthering Peace as an Essential Community Interest, In Cecilia Marcela Bailliet & Kjetil Mujezinovic Larsen (ed.),  Promoting Peace Through International Law.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 9780198722731.  Chapter 17.  s 344 - 367 Full text in Research Archive.
      • Zyberi, Gentian & Černič, Jernej Letnar (2015). Transitional Justice Processes and Reconciliation in the Former Yugoslavia: Challenges and Prospects. Nordic Journal of Human Rights.  ISSN 1891-8131.  33(2), s 132- 157 . doi: 10.1080/18918131.2015.1047615
      • Zyberi, Gentian & Sali, Semir (2015). The Place and Application of International Law in the Albanian Legal System, In Siniša Rodin & Tamara Perišin (ed.),  Judicial Application of International Law in Southeast Europe.  Springer.  ISBN 978-3-662-46383-3.  Chapter 6.  s 81 - 108
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2014). The role of non-State actors in implementing the responsibility to protect, In Cedric Ryngaert & Math Noortmann (ed.),  Human security and international law : the challenge of non-State actors.  Intersentia.  ISBN 978-1-78068-200-6.  3.  s 53 - 74
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2013). Sharing the responsibility to protect: taking stock and moving forward, In Gentian Zyberi (ed.),  An Institutional Approach to the Responsibility to Protect.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-03644-4.  Chapter 22.  s 511 - 530
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2013). The International Court of Justice, In Gentian Zyberi (ed.),  An Institutional Approach to the Responsibility to Protect.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-03644-4.  Chapter 16.  s 365 - 385
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2013). The International Court of Justice and the rights of peoples and minorities, In Christian J. Tams & James Sloan (ed.),  The development of international law by the International Court of Justice.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 978-0-19-965321-8.  Kapittel 14.  s 327 - 352
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2012). The Role of International Courts in Post-Conflict Societies, In Ineke Boerefijn (ed.),  Human rights and conflict : essays in honour of Bas de Gaay Fortman.  Intersentia.  ISBN 978-1-78068-054-5.  Part III. Human Rights in Post-Conflict Situation.  s 367 - 385
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2010). Human Rights in the International Court of Justice, In Mashood A. Baderi & Manisuli Ssenyonjo (ed.),  International human rights law : six decades after the UDHR and beyond.  Ashgate.  ISBN 9781409403593.  15.  s 289 - 304
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2010). Provisional Measures of the International Court of Justice in Armed Conflict Situations. Leiden Journal of International Law.  ISSN 0922-1565.  23(3), s 571- 584 . doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0922156510000221
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2009). Self-Determination through the Lens of the International Court of Justice. Netherlands International Law Review.  ISSN 0165-070X.  56(3), s 429- 453 . doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0165070X0900429X
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2008). Assessing the Validity of Reservations to International Human Rights Treaties through the Lens of the International Court of Justice. NJCM Bulletin.  ISSN 0167-8434.  34(8), s 1121- 1129
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2007). The development and interpretation of international human rights and humanitarian law rules and principles through the case-law of the international Court of justice. Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights.  ISSN 0924-0519.  25(1), s 117- 139

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      • Rohan, Colleen & Zyberi, Gentian (ed.) (2017). Defense Perspectives on International Criminal Justice. Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 9781107086678.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (ed.) (2013). An Institutional Approach to the Responsibility to Protect. Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-03644-4.  570 s.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2011). E drejta ndërkombëtare e të drejtave të njeriut (Eng. International Law of Human Rights). Botart.  ISBN 978-9928-116-16-1.  366 s.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2008). The Humanitarian Face of the International Court of Justice: Its Contribution to Interpreting and Developing International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Rules and Principles. Intersentia.  ISBN 978-9-05095-792-2.

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      • Zyberi, Gentian (2015). Adjudicating Disputes Arising from the Armed Conflicts in the former Yugoslavia: The Role of the International Court of Justice. Show summary
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2015). General Issues in International and European Law. Utrecht Journal of International and European Law.  ISSN 2053-5341.  31(81), s 1- 4 . doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/ujiel.dj
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2015). The Principle of Humanity: From Lofty Ideal to Legal Basis for State Responsibility and Individual Criminal Responsibility under International Law?. Show summary
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2015). 'The relationship between art. 23(g) THR and art. 52(2) API' - enemy property under IHL.
      • Zyberi, Gentian & Sali, Semir (2015). Report on Albania.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2014). “Dealing with Armed Opposition Groups in 'Responsibility to Protect' Situations: The Cases of Libya and Syria”.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2014). Fostering Good Neighbourliness in the Western Balkans: Kosovo and Its Neighbours.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2014). ICL 1508 (ICC 2006): Situation in Democratic Republic of the Congo, Prosecutor (on the application of Victims) v Lubanga Dyilo (Thomas), Decision on the practices of witness familiarisation and witness proofing, Case no ICC-01/04-01/06, ICL 1508 (ICC 2006), ICC-01/04-01/06-679, 8th November 2006, ICC Pre Trial Chamber I ICL 1508 (ICC 2006): Prosecutor v Lubanga. Oxford Reports on International Law.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2014). ICL 1516 (ICC 2007): Situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Prosecutor (on the application of Victims) v Lubanga Dyilo (Thomas), Decision regarding the practices used to prepare and familiarize witnesses for giving testimony at trial, Case no ICC-01/04-01/06-1049,30th November 2007, ICC Trial Chamber I. Oxford Reports on International Law.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2014). ICL 615 (ICC 2008): Prosecutor (on the application of Victims) v Lubanga Dyilo (Thomas), Decision on the Prosecution’s application for leave to appeal the ‘Decision on the consequences of non-disclosure of exculpatory materials covered by Article 54(3)(e) agreements and the application to stay the prosecution of the accused’, Case no ICC-01/04-01/06, ICL 615 (ICC 2008), 2nd July 2008, ICC Trial Chamber I. Oxford Reports on International Law.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2014). Letter on Ralph Wilde's Article "Human Rights Beyond Borders at the World Court". Chinese Journal of International Law.  ISSN 1540-1650.  13(2), s 455- 458 . doi: 10.1093/chinesejil/jmu010
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2014). Protecting Community Interests in International Law: Prospects and Challenges.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2014). The Jurisprudence of the International Court of Justice and International Criminal Courts and Tribunals, In Erika de Wet & Jann K. Kleffner (ed.),  Convergence and Conflicts of Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law in Military Operations.  Pretorial University Law Press.  ISBN 978-1-920538-32-3.  Chapter 16.  s 387 - 408
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2014). UN-Related Courts and Transitional Criminal Justice: A Top-Down or Bottom-Up Approach to Cosmopolitan Justice?.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2013). Art. 11. Jurisdiction ratione temporis, In Paul De Hert; Jean Flamme; Mathias Holvoet & Olivia Struyven (ed.),  Code of International Criminal Law and Procedure : Larcier Law Annotated 2013.  Larcier.  ISBN 978-2-8044-5238-4.  Art. 11.  s 73 - 75
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2013). Ensuring the Protection of the Environment from Serious Harm: Towards Shared Responsibility between Corporations and the State?.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2013). Individual responsibility under ICL and state responsibility.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2013). Navigating the Tension between Effective and Efficient Legal Counseling and Respecting the Formal Rules of the Tribunals: What Compass to Use?. Show summary
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2013). Non-State Actors and the Responsibility to Protect.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2013). WG 3: Modern Warfare and the General IHL Principles Governing the Conduct of Hostilities.
      • Zyberi, Gentian & Sali, Semir (2013). Functional Immunity of Defence Counsel and Defence Staff from Prosecution before Domestic Courts.
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2012). Book Review: C. Antonopoulos, ‘Counterclaims before the International Court of Justice’, (TMC Asser Press: 2011). Netherlands International Law Review.  ISSN 0165-070X.  59(1), s 126- 129
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2009). Book Review: Mark Lattimer (ed.), Genocide and Human Rights, (Ashgate, 2007). Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights.  ISSN 0924-0519.  27(3), s 435- 437
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2008). Book Review: Shiv RS Bedi, The Development of Human Rights Law by the Judges of the International Court of Justice, (Hart Publishing: Oxford – Portland Oregon, 2007). Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights.  ISSN 0924-0519.  26(2), s 285- 288
      • Zyberi, Gentian (2007). Book Review: Andreas Zimmermann, Christian Tomuschat, Karin Oellers-Frahm (eds.), The Statute of the International Court of Justice: A Commentary, (Oxford University Press, Great Britain, 2006). Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights.  ISSN 0924-0519.  25(3), s 547- 550

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