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EJIL:Talk! welcomes Guest Blogger Marko Milanovic!

We are pleased to welcome on EJIL:Talk! Marko Milanovic who will be a guest blogger over the coming weeks. Marko obtained his first degree in law from the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law and his LLM from the University of Michigan. Marko is a prolific young international law scholar and has published two articles in the European Journal of International Law on State Responsibility for Genocide (see here and here). He has also published in the Leiden Journal of International Law, the Human Rights Law Review, the International and Comparative Law Quarterly and the International Review of the Red Cross. He is currently working on a PhD thesis at  the University of Cambridge which will be on the extraterritorial application of human rights treaties. Previously, he served as a Law Clerk to Judge Thomas Buerganthal at the International Court of Justice. He is an Associate at the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights where he has been involved in litigation before the European Court of Human Rights and the Constitutional Court of Serbia.

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Welcome to EJIL:Talk!

Some readers might wonder why the European Journal of International Law has decided to launch a blog. An explanation of this would help in identifying the goals of the blog and in setting out what we seek to achieve. This explanation can be viewed by clicking on More about EJIL:Talk! (to the right) but I thought it best to put…

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The Application of Human Rights Treaties in Wartime

This year the EJIL has been marking the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by publishing a series of articles on international human rights law. The international human rights movement was birthed in response to the atrocities during the second World War. It is therefore appropriate to examine the extent to which international human rights…

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