Terrornoia, Australian Style - The Asia-Pacific Perspective

31/08/2014 03:25

Welcome back to The Asia-Pacific Perspective, that monthly show where James Corbett of corbettreport.com and Broc West of apperspective.net break down all the latest news and headlines from the Asia-Pacific region. In this month's conversation:

STORY 1: Aussie Terrornoia / G20 Updates
Australian Proposal Would Require Suspicionless Domestic Spying by ISPs

What Will Happen When Australian Police Have Military Weapons?
Concerns Brisbane residents still unaware of G20 police powers

STORY 2: South China Sea Updates
China Adding Military Facilities On Spratly Islands

US spy plane may have triggered Chinese jet interception by dropping sonar buoy
Philippines Military to Offer Cruise Service in South China Sea

STORY 3: Fukushima / Nuclear Updates
Japanese Govt. To Disclose Fukushima NPP Chief’s Testimony

TEPCO Found Liable For Evacuee’s Suicide
Looking Inside Fukushima Daiichi with Muon Tomography
Seoul To Run Out Of Storage For Spent Nuclear Fuel By 2016
Australia's Radioactive Racism

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