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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Trump, Bolton and the Syrian Confusion

  • Dances of Disinformation: The Partisan Politics of the Integrity Initiative

  • Gabon and Coup Mania

  • Brexit Armageddon

  • The Hand that Won’t Sign the Paper: Adani’s Stalling Project

  • Cooking Books and Limiting Responsibility: The Goldman Sachs Playbook

  • Orbán’s Latest Dance

  • Leaving Syria: President Trump’s Withdrawal

  • Agreed Rules, COP24 and Climate Change Protest

  • May Days in Britain

  • Having it All Ways: Scott Morrison’s Jerusalem ‘Compromise’

  • The Kosovo Blunder: Moves Towards a Standing Army

  • William Blum: Anti-Imperial Advocate

  • The Security Derangement Complex: Technology Companies and Australia’s Anti-Encryption Law

  • In Contempt of Parliament: The Legal Advice of Brexit

  • Journey into Obsolescence: The Adani Carmichael Project

  • Eyes Without The Prize: Stripping Aung San Suu Kyi’s Awards

  • Coming Up Against Yellow Vests: Emmanuel Macron’s Fuel Problem

  • Forgetting Jamal Khashoggi: Donald Trump, Saudi Arabia and Brute Realism

  • Unnecessary Fussing: China, the United States and APEC

  • The Jerusalem Tangle: ScoMo’s Recognition Policy Stumbles

  • Concepts of Nonsense: Australian Soft Power

  • Masquerading Reforms: The Tricks of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

  • Angela Merkel’s Last Days

  • Denials Down Under: Climate Change and Health

  • Ditching Nuclear Treaties: Trump Withdraws from the INF

  • Leaking for Change: ASIO, Jakarta, and Australia’s Jerusalem Problem

  • Embassy Disappearances: Jamal Khashoggi and the Foreign Policy Web

  • Agents of Chaos: Trump, the Federal Reserve and Andrew Jackson

  • Barely Breathing: May’s Gasping Premiership

  • Australian Complicity: Nauru and Silencing Journalism

  • Limiting Israel: Russia Deploys the S-300 to Syria

  • Tortured Solutions: Ecuador, the UK and Julian Assange’s Fate

  • Feeding Militarism: The U.S. Imperial Consensus

  • The Pathology of Mass Surveillance: The UK, Bulk Interception and the European Court of Human Rights

  • A Traditional Right: Jimmie Akesson and the Sweden Democrats

  • Doctrines of Impunity: John Bolton and the ICC

  • Tory Kafuffles: Boris Johnson, Brexit and Suicide Vests

  • Traditional Fantasies: U.S. Designs on Venezuela

  • Fraser Anning and the Smugness of Australian “Values”