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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Fur Trades and Pandemics: Coronavirus and Denmark’s Great Mink Massacre

  • Trump, Blue Mirages and False Polls

    11.05.20
  • The U.S. Republic, Trump and the Authoritarian Fear Mongering Club

    11.02.20
  • Factionalising Antisemitism: The British Labour Party Suspends Jeremy Corbyn

    10.30.20
  • Google meets the Sherman Act

    10.29.20
  • Cultivated Lunacy, Nuclear Deterrence and Banning the Nuke

    10.26.20
  • Impunity and Carefree Violence: Australia’s Special Forces in Afghanistan

    10.26.20
  • Trusted Demonologies: U.S. Electoral Interference, the Proud Boys and Iran

    10.23.20
  • Sloppy Methodology: Social Media, Censorship and New York Post’s Hunter Biden Story

    10.19.20
  • Britannic Impunity: The UK Overseas Operations Bill

    10.18.20
  • Dropped Prosecutions: The Afghan Files, Public Interest Journalism and Dan Oakes

    10.16.20
  • Boris Johnson at Sea: Coronavirus Confusion in the UK

    10.12.20
  • Back on the ‘Stairway to Heaven’: Led Zeppelin Wins Over Spirit

    10.10.20
  • Matters of International Justice: Challenging Trump’s ICC Sanctions

    10.08.20
  • Infectious Conspiracies: Donald Trump, Coronavirus and Reality

    10.06.20
  • Lunar Lunacy: Competition, Conflict and Mining the Moon

    10.05.20
  • Julian Assange at the Old Bailey: Torture Testimonies, Offers of Pardon and Truth Telling

    09.20.20
  • Rio Tinto turns Cultural Vandal: The Destruction of the Juukan Gorge Caves

    09.14.20
  • Assange’s Second Day at the Old Bailey: Torture, Drone Strikes and Journalism

    09.10.20