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 President Did It: Donald Trump’s Phone Around

  • Dangerous Detentions: Julian Assange and Remaining in Belmarsh

    10.02.19
  • When Convenience Counts: Leaking, Whistleblowing and the Democrats

    10.02.19
  • Jacques Chirac: The Art of Being Vague

    09.29.19
  • Scott Morrison’s China Thesis

    09.28.19
  • Railroaded by the Judges: Boris Johnson fails in the UK Supreme Court

    09.25.19
  • Tempered Emergency: The Climate Change Summit in New York

    09.24.19
  • Normal Intrusions: Globalising AI Surveillance

    09.23.19
  • Rotten in Tunisia: The Corrupt Rule of Ben Ali

    09.22.19
  • Extinction Rebellion: Leaving it to the Students

    09.20.19
  • Strong Men in Europe: Tony Abbott Visits Hungary

    09.19.19
  • Lotteries and Rights in the Sporting Life

    09.19.19
  • Fake Arguments on Fake News

    09.17.19
  • Oiling for War: The Houthi Attack on Abqaiq

    09.16.19
  • Doctored Admissions: The U.S. University Admissions Scandal as a Global Problem

    09.15.19
  • Improper Purposes: Boris Johnson’s Suspension of Parliament

    09.13.19
  • Farewelling Dr. No: The Sacking of John Bolton

    09.12.19
  • Spikes of Violence: Protest in West Papua

    09.09.19
  • Boris Johnson Trips: Duvets, Toothbrushes and the House of Lords

    09.08.19