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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Resisting Interpretation: The Perpetrator and Domestic Violence in Australia

  • Golden Anniversaries for Flawed Treaties: The NPT turns Fifty

    03.11.20
  • Coronavirus Offerings and Job Losses: University Reliance on China Bites

    03.11.20
  • Crimes in Afghanistan: Fatou Bensouda’s Investigative Mission

    03.07.20
  • Toilet Paper Blues: Coronavirus and Pandemic Pantries

    03.04.20
  • Daring to Kiss: Coronavirus and the Butterfly Effect

    03.04.20
  • Strong Man Legacies: Burying Mubarak

    03.03.20
  • The Viral Blame Game: Xenophobia, Attribution and Coronavirus

    03.03.20
  • Julian Assange Against the Imperium: Extradition Hearings

    03.02.20
  • Mixed Returns for the Huawei Bashing Tour

    02.24.20
  • Viral Losses: Australian Universities, Coronavirus and Greed

    02.21.20
  • Pardoning Julian Assange: Donald Trump, WikiLeaks and the DNC

    02.20.20
  • The Priorities of General Motors: Ditching Holden

    02.18.20
  • Corporate Occupations: The UN Business ‘Black List’ and Israel’s Settlements

    02.17.20
  • Intelligence Spats: Australia, Britain and Huawei

    02.17.20
  • Buying Elections: The Bloomberg Meme Campaign

    02.14.20
  • Fashion Fetishism, Surgical Masks and Coronavirus

    02.14.20
  • Disease Diplomacy and the Heavy Hand: China and the Coronavirus Problem

    02.13.20
  • Subverting the Blacklist: Kirk Douglas’s Modest Contribution

    02.11.20