International Policy Digest

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.

Most Recent

Author Archive | Binoy Kampmark

While the Shark Still Swims: Boris Johnson, Super Saturday and Super Responsibilities

  • Killing Koalas: The Promise of Extinction Down Under

    07.02.20
  • Defending Australia: The Deputy Sheriff Spending Spree

    07.01.20
  • A Trendy Rage: Boycotting Facebook and the Stop Hate for Profit Campaign

    06.29.20
  • Indicting Hashim Thaçi: The Kosovo Specialist Prosecutor’s Office Gets Busy

    06.26.20
  • Bolton’s Memoir Bolts from the Stable

    06.25.20
  • Dangerous and Uncertain: Coronavirus and the Nuclear Industry

    06.23.20
  • Obvious Maladies: Prepublication Reviews and Trump’s Bolton Problem

    06.20.20
  • Reverse Logic: Trump Sanctions the International Criminal Court

    06.19.20
  • The Conviction of Maria Ressa: Press Freedom in the Philippines

    06.17.20
  • Sticks, Stones and Death in Galwan Valley

    06.17.20
  • Trump at West Point: Un-Policing the World

    06.15.20
  • Corrupt Propositions: AstraZeneca, Public Institutions and the Coronavirus Vaccine Drive

    06.14.20
  • Woked in Fright: The Brief Banning of ‘Fawlty Towers’

    06.13.20
  • Open Wounds: Sweden Drops the Olof Palme Case

    06.11.20
  • Altars of Hypocrisy: George Floyd, Protest and Black Face

    06.10.20
  • Radical Reforms: Disbanding Police Forces in the U.S.

    06.09.20
  • Skin Deep Protest: Selective Outrage, Bollywood and George Floyd

    06.06.20
  • None of Your Business: China, Hong Kong and a Question of Sovereignty

    06.04.20