Marko Milanovic

About/Bio

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

Recently Published

Book Symposium: Comparative Reasoning in International Courts and Tribunals: Wrap-Up

We hope that readers have enjoyed our discussion of Daniel Peat’s Comparative Reasoning in International Courts and Tribunals. Many thanks to Daniel, Richard, Yvonne, and Antonios for participating. Congratulations are also due to Daniel for winning the 2020 ESIL Book Prize last week! Readers might also be…

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Can a Peaceful Protest Ever be Banned Because Others Threaten It with Violence?

What do you think, dear readers, that the answer to the question above should be under international human rights law? Any comments would be very much appreciated. To start us off, let me write out a hypo; imagine we are in happier times before (or after) Covid: Krakatowia is a country in which LGBT rights…

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Attribution, Jurisdiction, Discrimination, Decapitation: A Comment on Makuchyan and Minasyan v. Azerbaijan and Hungary

You know how, every once in a while, you read a case that has everything? I mean really everything? Great facts. Grisly facts even, for those so inclined – say involving a beheading by a state agent. Great law. Not just some genuine legal innovation worthy of scholarly commentary – that’s fine obviously, but not all that uncommon.

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