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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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Australia’s Misguided Interests: When Wheezing Middle Powers Get it Wrong

  • False Solutions: the Islamic State, the Kurds and Generational War

    09.02.14
  • The Entrepreneurial Bomb: Kim Dotcom and Internet Politics

    08.18.14
  • Avoiding the People’s Representatives: ISIS and Congress

    08.12.14
  • Gluttons of Information: The Metadata Confusion in Oz

    08.09.14
  • Suppression and Information: WikiLeaks, Corruption and the Super Injunction

    07.31.14
  • The Dangerous Skies: Aviation Responsibility in times of War

    07.27.14
  • Bouncing Parliament: Surveillance by Emergency in the UK

    07.19.14
  • Dirty Wars and Football: The Ghost of General Videla

    07.04.14
  • The War on Al Jazeera: Egypt, False News and the Journalistic Code

    06.25.14
  • Tony Abbott in the U.S.: A Note on Fawning and U.S.-Australian Ties

    06.18.14
  • Fearing China: Gaps, Assumptions and Military Spending

    06.12.14
  • The Benefits of War: Afghan Helpers and Abbott’s ‘Discrete Settlement’ Program

    06.03.14
  • Power Plays: The Russian-Chinese Energy Deal

    06.01.14
  • The Creeping Hand of Repression: Indefinite Military Detention and the NDAA

    05.06.14
  • Deceptive Gyrations: Rebasing the Growth of the Nigerian Economy

    04.18.14
  • The Poverty Incentive: Making the Poor Carry the Refugee Can

    04.11.14
  • 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