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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Contradiction in Action: The Eulogies for King Abdullah

  • Netanyahu’s Vision: A World Without the ICC

    01.17.15
  • The Chinese are Coming: Beijing in the Balkans

    01.04.15
  • More than a Film: Looking Beyond ‘The Interview’ and the Sony Hack

    12.22.14
  • Playing with the Holocaust: Netanyahu’s Throw of the Dice

    12.19.14
  • The Cuban Puzzle: Normalisation and Conquest

    12.18.14
  • Siege in Sydney: Terrorism and the Security State

    12.15.14
  • Canceling the South Stream Project: The Woes of Energy Insecurity

    12.13.14
  • Drone Mania in U.S. Skies: Regulating the Future

    12.05.14
  • Rotten in the State of the Pentagon: The Chuck Hagel Sacking

    12.03.14
  • Denial in Ferguson: The Wrong Response of the Right

    11.27.14
  • The Rule of Lawlessness: EULEX in Kosovo

    11.18.14
  • The Presumption of Guilt: David Cameron and Islamic Radicalisation

    11.14.14
  • Punishing Protest: The Australian move on Democracy

    11.08.14
  • Falseness of Purity: Canada’s ‘Loss’ of Innocence

    11.02.14
  • Another Asian Century Beckons: Histories of Illusion

    10.25.14
  • Dysfunctional Hagiography: Australia and the Passing of Gough Whitlam

    10.21.14
  • The Pornography of Moral Outrage: The Chibok Girls and Boko Haram

    10.18.14
  • Bolivia’s Transformation: The Victory of Evo Morales

    10.14.14