Relja Radović


Relja Radović is a Visiting Scholar at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law. He holds a PhD in Law from the University of Luxembourg, an LLM (Adv) from Leiden University, an LLM and an LLB (Hons) from the University of Novi Sad. His research focuses on the international judiciary, jurisdiction of international courts and tribunals, investment treaty arbitration, judicial and arbitral law-making, and judicial and arbitral decision-making processes in international law.

Recently Published

Adamakopoulos and Others v. Cyprus: Mass Claims Between No Longer and Not Yet

Introduction Unlike previous decisions dealing with mass claims in investment treaty arbitration, the Decision on Jurisdiction and Admissibility of 7 February 2020 in Theodoros Adamakopoulos and others v. Republic of Cyprus, ICSID Case No. ARB/15/49 (hereinafter ‘Decision’), has not attracted much attention. The majority (Donald M. McRae and Alejandro Escobar) accepted…

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A Comment on Croatia’s Concerns over Serbia’s So-Called “Mini-Hague”

As recently reported, Croatia has blocked the opening of Chapters 23 and 24 of the accession negotiations between Serbia and the European Union (EU). One of the reasons given relates to Serbia’s law establishing the jurisdiction of Serbian prosecutors and courts over war crimes committed anywhere on the territory of the former Yugoslavia. Justifying their actions, Croatian…

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