Dr. Binoy Kampmark teaches core legal courses within the Legal and Dispute Studies program for the Bachelor of Social Science at RMIT University. He has research interests in the institution of war, diplomacy, international relations, 20th Century History and law. He has written extensively on these topics in both refereed journals and more popular media.

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Spying on Julian Assange: UC Global, CNN and Russian Couriers

  • Corporate Gangster: Adani’s Pursuit of Scientists

  • The UN’s Free Speech Problem

  • The Resigning Ambassador: Sir Kim Darroch on Donald Trump

  • Juggling with the Authoritarians: Donald Trump’s Diplomatic Copy Book

  • Out of Kilter: National Security and Press Freedoms in Australia

  • Dressed for the Fourth of July: The U.S. Imperium Comes Out

  • Going Nuclear in the Antipodes: Australia’s Megadeath Complex

  • G20 Gyrations: Donald, Ivanka and Hollow Diplomacy

  • Tweets of Praise: Donald Trump, Australia and Refugees

  • Childish Diplomacy: Donald Trump’s New Play Against Iran

  • The Pinkerton Effect: The U.S. Marines in Darwin

  • Violent Voyeurism: Surveillance, Spyware and Human Rights

  • Bill Clinton in Kosovo

  • A Slow Death: The Ills of the Casual Academic

  • Nigel Farage’s Grand Tour of Sabotage: The PayPal of the People Rides High

  • The Fragility of Democracy: Hong Kong, China and the Extradition Bill

  • Matters of Water: Dubious Approvals and the Adani Carmichael Mine

  • Julian Assange and the Scales of Justice: Exceptions, Extraditions and Politics