Marko Milanovic


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.

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Panel of Experts Publishes Report Supporting ICC Arrest Warrant Applications for Crimes in Israel and Palestine

A Panel of Experts in International Law convened by the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Karim Khan KC, today announced its conclusions. The Panel was established at the Prosecutor’s request in support of his investigation into the ‘Situation in the State of Palestine’, which covers international crimes committed either on the territory of Palestine or by a…

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Horrible Metrics, Part Deux

Back in 2016 I wrote a post on horrible metrics, which was in essence an extended moan about the use of various metrics, including citations, indices and impact factors, to assess the quality of international law scholarship and journals or to evaluate the quality of colleagues applying for jobs or for promotion. The intervening years have…

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A Thought Experiment on Plausibility and ICJ Provisional Measures

The recent provisional measures orders of the International Court of Justice in the South Africa v. Israel and Nicaragua v. Germany cases have provoked much discussion of the notion of plausibility in the Court’s jurisprudence (see, e.g., yesterday’s post by Roy Schondorf and also Mike Becker’s comments to that post; and the post by…

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