Binoy Kampmark

Binoy Kampmark was a Commonwealth Scholar at Selwyn College, Cambridge. He lectures at RMIT University, Melbourne. Email:

Assange on Trial: Diligent Redactions and Avoiding Harm

Rio Tinto Turns Cultural Vandal: the Destruction of the Juukan Gorge Caves

Assange on Trial: Supermax Prisons and Special Administrative Measures

Power Politics and Imperial Gambles

Assange’s Fourth Day at the Old Bailey: COVID in the Courtroom

Assange’s Third Day at the Old Bailey: Bias, Politics and Wars on Journalism

Assange on Trial: A Stunning Lack of Transparency and Fairness

Pandemic Reflexes: Lockdowns and Arrests in Victoria, Australia

The Face of British Trade: Tony Abbott Goes to Blighty

Fruits of Illegality: The NSA, Bulk Collection and Warrantless Surveillance

Good Riddance: Facebook Threats and News Opportunities

Wasting the Elderly: Coronavirus and the Calculus of Death

The Sentencing of Brenton Tarrant: Jailing the Man, not the Great Replacement

Australia-China Relations: Down Under Squabbling

Waiting for the Old Bailey: Julian Assange and Britain’s Judicial Establishment

Catholics Against Nukes: Archbishop Wester’s Hiroshima Vigil

Free Speech Be Damned: Joshua Krook and the Australian Public Service

Permitted Unlawfulness: The New Zealand Coronavirus Lockdown

Echo Chamber Politics

Foiled in the Security Council: The United States, Extending Arms Embargoes and Iran

In Denial: Australia, Human Rights and Climate Change

Don’t Stigmatise the Nuke! Opponents of the Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty

Selective Maritime Rules: The United States, Diego Garcia and International Law

Mealy-Mouthed Universities: Academic Freedom and the Pavlou Problem Down Under

Death From the Sky: Hiroshima and Normalised Atrocities

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