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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Macron in China

  • Orthodox Christmas, Oaks and Casual Cruelties

  • Preconditions to Conditions: Rex Tillerson on North Korea

  • Pakistan, U.S. Drones and Idle Threats

  • Recognising Jerusalem: Unilateralism, International Law, and the Trump White House

  • Foreign Policy Blues: The Australian Foreign Policy White Paper

  • Crocodiles and Freedom Fighters: Zimbabwe, Colonialism and Violence

  • The Veiled Threat: Australia’s Campaign Against New Zealand Refugee Policy

  • Trump in Asia

  • Idiot Voters and Trolling the Internet: Russia, Social Media Giants and U.S. Elections

  • Trans-Pacific Follies: Australia Asleep as Canada Wakes Up

  • The Tragic Declaration: Colonial Legacies, Balfour and Israel

  • Chaos on Manus Island

  • Pirating into the Czech Elections

  • U.S. Soldiers in Niger: A Hidden Global Mission

  • The Trans-Tasman Spat Show: New Zealand-Australian Tensions

  • Trump’s Iran Deal

  • Dirty Ties: The University of New Haven and Saudi Arabia

  • Nuclear Weapons, ICAN and the Nobel Prize

  • Boris Johnson goes Caracas

  • A Cuban Mystery: The U.S. Embassy in Havana

  • Kurdistan’s Referendum Gamble

  • Angela Merkel: The Ikea Politician

  • Brexiting Hard: Boris Johnson Goes to War

  • The Dangerous Noose: Trump, Rogue Regimes and Annihilation

  • Manning at Harvard: The Fears of Veritas

  • Visions of Europe: Macron in Athens

  • Aung San Suu Kyi, Nobel Prizes and the Rohingyas

  • Beggars for War: The U.S., North Korea and Bankruptcy

  • Unnerving the Donald: North Korea’s Sixth Nuclear Test

  • The Korean Powder Keg

  • The Departure of the Ideologues: Sebastian Gorka Leaves the White House

  • The Long, Long Story: ‘Principled Realism,’ Trump and Afghanistan

  • Target Finding for the Empire: The NSA and the Pine Gap Facility

  • Bullying Venezuela: Trump’s Unvarnished Threat

  • Promises of Incineration: The Nuclear Playground Gets Busy

  • Apple’s China Surrender

  • Boris Johnson in Australia

  • The Pine Gap Anniversary Party

  • Exaggerated Victories: The Mosul Effect