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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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

  • Dangerous Pantomime: Trump and North Korea’s Missile Program

  • Puppet of History: Panama’s Manuel Noriega

  • James Comey’s Testimony

  • The Saudi Hand in British Foreign Policy

  • The Merry Life of Dragnet Surveillance

  • Twenty-Seven Hours: Donald Trump in Israel

  • Blasphemy as Weapon: Undermining Ahok

  • Coral Sea Mythology: Malcolm Turnbull’s Fictions

  • Greater Albania and the Balkan Problem

  • North Korea’s Military Gambit

  • Mike Pence in Oz

  • The ‘Mother of All Bombs’ Goes to Afghanistan

  • Dreaming of Coal: Turnbull Goes to India

  • The Hazara Dilemma: Ghani in Australia

  • Brexit and Away!

  • 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