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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Boris Johnson’s Britain

  • Climate Change Accounting: The Failure of COP25

    12.16.19
  • A Mined History: The Bougainville Referendum

    12.16.19
  • The Bloomberg Factor: Authoritarianism, Money and U.S. Presidential Politics

    12.12.19
  • Lethal Visits: Volcano Tourism and the White Island Eruption

    12.11.19
  • A Troubled Family: NATO turns 70

    12.11.19
  • Going to the ICJ: Myanmar, Genocide and Aung San Suu Kyi’s Gamble

    12.04.19
  • Julian Assange in Videoconference: The Spanish Case Takes a Turn

    12.03.19
  • Legitimised Surveillance: Kim Dotcom’s case against GCSB

    12.02.19
  • The Liveris Formula: Dow’s Inclusive Capitalism

    11.29.19
  • Borat versus Social Media: Sacha Baron Cohen Comes out Swinging

    11.27.19
  • Popes Against Nuclear Weapons

    11.25.19
  • Through the Yellow Looking Glass: Australia’s China Wars

    11.23.19
  • Dropped Investigations: Julian Assange, Sex and Sweden

    11.21.19
  • Letting the Side Down: Prince Andrew, the Royal Family and Jeffrey Epstein

    11.19.19
  • Business as Usual: Evo Morales and the Coup Condition

    11.15.19
  • Incinerating Logic: Bush Fires and Climate Change

    11.13.19
  • Russian Connections in Albion: The ISC Report

    11.12.19
  • Walls in the Head: Ostalgia and the Berlin Wall Three Decades Later

    11.10.19