Marko Milanovic

About/Bio

Marko Milanovic is Professor of Public International Law at the University of Reading School of Law. He is co-editor of EJIL: Talk! and a member of the EJIL's Editorial Board.

Recently Published

Assessing the Authority of the ICRC Customary IHL Study

If you are desperately in need of some light summer reading, dear readers, I have just the thing for you, inclusive of beach-ready spreadsheets if you want them. Sandy Sivakumaran and I recently posted on SSRN a draft article, ‘Assessing the Authority of the ICRC Customary IHL Study,’ which is forthcoming in the International Review…

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The Sad and Cynical Spectacle of the Draft British Bill of Rights

It is a habit peculiar to autocracies to choose names for themselves that are the exact opposite of their true nature – viz. the ‘Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’ – and to have constitutions loudly proclaiming the protection of individual rights that are routinely trampled upon in practice. You would have hoped that one of the world’s oldest…

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The United States and Allies Sharing Intelligence with Ukraine

A remarkable feature of the ongoing Russo-Ukrainian conflict is the strategic and tactical role played by the sharing of intelligence between the US (and other Western allies) and Ukraine. That intelligence sharing started even before the war, in support of claims made publicly and privately about an imminent Russian attack against Ukraine (on which see more…

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