Binoy Kampmark

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

The Prospects for European Disunion

Apple’s Tax Avoidance Scheme

Rodney King, Official Negligence and the LA Riots

Rupert Murdoch and the Levenson Inquiry

The Le Pen Factor

The Perils of Civilian Policing

Nicolas Sarkozy and Criminal Visitations

The Trial of Geir Haarde

Morality at a Click

Fluke Wars

Selling Arms to Iran

The Pettiness of Australian Politics

Do Atheists Really Need a Temple?

Return to the Malvinas

Kodak’s Last Snap

The Wikipedia Blackout

Murderous Marines

Killing Nuclear Scientists

Doomed to Slow

The New Space Race

The Contradictions of Vaclav Havel

Assaulting Libraries

Freezing Out Britain

Mendacity at the University of Montana

Herman’s Antics

Oregon and the Death Penalty

Extraditing Assange

The End of Muammar Gaddafi

The Jobs Factor

Back to the Death Commission

Bangladesh’s Seduction by Celluloid

Will Pope Benedict End Up in the Dock?

Sarkozy and France’s Grandeur Nationale

The Oz “Terror” Connection

Is Britain Broken?

Turf Wars

Mubarak on Trial

Rome According to Hughes

The Madness of His Method

The Death of Amy Winehouse

The Death of Amy Winehouse

The Eco-Sex Movement

Lifting Debt Ceilings

The Death of Dr. Death

The Food Battles of Europe

The Problem With FIFA

Gloating at the Execution

Fearing AV

The Once and Future Osama

Double-Speak on Libya