Binoy Kampmark

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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Electoral Interference as Reality: A Brief History

  • Triumphing over Reality: China, Australia and Free Trade

  • Fussing About the State Visit: Queen Elizabeth II and Trump Traumatic Disorder

  • Scorning the Dead: The Berlin Truck Attack and the Refugee Question

  • Flawed Alliances: Australia, the U.S. and Trumpism

  • Golf Diplomacy? Trump and the Deal of Modern Politics

  • Retaking Mosul: The Illusion of Peace

  • Nauru, Refugees and the Torture Complex

  • Pictures Left Incomplete: MH17 and the Joint Investigation Team

  • Australia’s Global ‘Exit’: Tribalism and International Institutions

  • Stretching the Kill Chain: Malcolm Turnbull, the ADF and Islamic State

  • The Hypocrisies of Commemoration: Dispute at Long Tan

  • Cults of Security and Terror: Fear ahead of the Rio Olympic Games

  • The Gülen Factor: Erdogan, the Coup, and the United States

  • Military Coups, Turkey and Flimsy Democracy

  • Boris Johnson and Anti-Diplomacy

  • Headaches of Empire: Brexit’s Effect on the United States

  • Warmongering and Necromancy: The U.S. State Department Dissent on Syria

  • The London Bubble, Brexit and Smug Incompetence

  • Saudi Arabia, UN Black Lists and Manipulating Human Rights

  • Modi in America

  • Suing Russia: Litigating over MH17

  • Twenty-Four Hour Banality: The Australian Election Campaign Begins

  • Yuri Gagarin in Space: the Politics of Cosmic Discovery

  • The TTIP Leaks

  • Australia’s French Connection: The Submarine Saga

  • Meddlesome Empire: Obama and Client Britain’s EU Referendum

  • Nauru, Suicide and Punishment

  • Clash of the Ignobles: The IMF, the European Commission and Greek Debt

  • War and Incitement: The Acquittal of Vojislav Šešelj

  • The Problems with the Karadzic Verdict

  • Overthrow by Pragmatism: Obama’s Cuban Strategy

  • Terms of Terror: What the Brussels Attacks Mean

  • Canceling Passports: Australia, Syria and the “Anti-Terror” Initiative

  • Brexit versus Grexit: Hypocrisies in the European Project

  • Killing Asylum: The Turkish-EU deal on Migrants

  • Five Years of Forgetting: The Fukushima Disaster and Nuclear Amnesia

  • Funding Fictions: Australia, China and the Defence White Paper

  • Offshoring Justice: David Hicks, Australia and the UN Human Rights Committee

  • New Road Maps, Old Debates: The “Closure” of Guantánamo Bay