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.

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Five Years of Forgetting: The Fukushima Disaster and Nuclear Amnesia

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

    02.28.16
  • Offshoring Justice: David Hicks, Australia and the UN Human Rights Committee

    02.25.16
  • New Road Maps, Old Debates: The “Closure” of Guantánamo Bay

    02.25.16
  • Boutros Boutros-Ghali: The UN, the U.S. and the Seizure of Power

    02.17.16
  • False Friends and Misaligned Interests: The Syrian Conflict Deepens

    02.14.16
  • The Bosnian Problem: Milorad Dodik and Republika Srpska

    01.10.16
  • Nuclear Perceptions: North Korea and the Arts of Guerrilla Partisanship

    01.08.16
  • Riyadh’s Sectarian Move: Executing Sheik Nimr al-Nimr

    01.03.16
  • Bloody Entanglements: Saudi Arabia, Britain and Yemen

    12.15.15
  • COP21: The Ambitions and Flaws of the Paris Agreement

    12.13.15
  • Trump, Islam and the Rationale of Exclusion

    12.12.15
  • Straining the Republic: France’s State of Emergency

    11.28.15
  • The Perils of Certainty: Obama and the Assad Regime

    11.24.15
  • Paris, the Terrorists’ Magnet

    11.15.15
  • Collusion and Control: Europe Pays Africa to Keep Refugees

    11.13.15
  • Two Track Grouch: Helmut Schmidt’s Legacy

    11.12.15
  • Hacking the CIA Director: What John Brennan’s Emails Reveal

    10.24.15
  • Using Refugees: Merkel’s Turkish Gambit

    10.19.15