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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The Poverty Incentive: Making the Poor Carry the Refugee Can

  • The Hypocrisy of Good Manners: Nuclear Weapons, No First Use and the BJP

    04.08.14
  • Whaling Contradictions: Japan, Australia and the International Court of Justice

    04.06.14
  • The Cycle of Violence: Egypt’s Military Solution

    03.28.14
  • The Bombs that Failed: NATO and Serbia, 15 Years On

    03.26.14
  • Referenda Watching: Crimean Separatism as Fashion

    03.20.14
  • The Secessionist Dream: Referenda, Recognition and Crimea

    03.18.14
  • Hypocrisy and the Surveillance Stand-Off: Feinstein and the CIA

    03.16.14
  • Viceroys of the Pacific: Spying on East Timor

    03.15.14
  • The Journalism Wars: The Resignations at Russia Today

    03.08.14
  • Hollande, Obama and Monticello: When Empires Forgive

    02.14.14
  • Deep in the Trough: The Politics of EU Corruption

    02.05.14
  • Taming the NSA: Obama’s Lukewarm Recipe

    01.19.14
  • Judge Leon and the NSA: Outlawing the Metadata Program

    12.17.13
  • Breaking the Academic Stranglehold: Repudiating Science, Nature and Cell

    12.13.13
  • Comic Relief: Capitalizing on the Useful Poor

    12.03.13
  • The Puppet Who Refused to Move: The Karzai Dilemma

    12.02.13
  • Japan, Australia and Canada: Climate Change Saboteurs

    11.20.13
  • Twitter’s IPO: The Illusions of Technology

    11.09.13