07 March 2012
Expert comment on Super Tuesday
RMIT University's Dr Binoy Kampmark is available for interview on Super Tuesday and the Republican Party's debilitating primary battle.
Ten states are holding primaries today, with more than 400 delegates up for grabs.
- How will the results of Super Tuesday affect the race for Republican Party nomination?
- With four candidates still in the running, what is different in 2012 to previous Super Tuesdays?
- Is there time for candidates to recover from a poor outcome?
Dr Kampmark is an expert on international politics.
He is a member of the American Historical Association, the British Association for American Studies and the Australian Institute of International Affairs.
Dr Kampmark's research interests include US and Australian foreign policy, history and terrorism.
He is also a freelance consultant with the UK History Channel and a regular contributor to online publications including Eureka Street, CounterPunch (US) and Scoop (NZ).
A Lecturer in RMIT's School of Global Studies, Social Science and Planning, he is available for expert comment and interviews.
For interviews: Dr Binoy Kampmark, (03) 9925 2174 or 0400 547 842.
For general media enquiries: RMIT University, Marketing and Communications, Gosia Kaszubska, (03) 9925 3176 or 0417 510 735.