Connect Asia Podcast 19th July 2013
After more than seven years of bringing you news, analysis and commentary from around this dynamic region this is the last show of Connect Asia. We end the program by revisiting some of the issues and personalities we spoke to right at the very start,...
Connect Asia Podcast 18th July 2013
Rohingya asylum seekers get brush off from East Timor, and Philippines allows boosted US presence in South China Sea.
Connect Asia Podcast 17th July 2013
Myanmar's president vows to release all prisoners of conscience by the end of the year, a new report shows that political bloggers in Vietnam are routinely subjected to detention and harassment and a South Korean invesitgation blames Pyongyang for...
Connect Asia Podcast 16th July 2013
Japan considers privatising unclaimed islands as it looks to strengthen its territorial case against China, rising hopes of a lasting peace deal between the Philippines govt and the country's largest Muslim rebel group and is themed multi-country...
Connect Asia Podcast 15th July 2013
US politician slams 'counterproductive' threat to Cambodian aid, and Myanmar signs peace pact with Wa rebels.
Connect Asia Podcast 12th July 2013
Concern militants will seek revenge for Rohingya attacks and Indian music fans embrace foreign acts.
Connect Asia Podcast 11th July 2013
Australia offers aid boost for Myanmar's Rakhine state and Taiwan strikes free trade deal with NZ.
Connect Asia Podcast 10th July 2013
Carr urges Myanmar to 'properly protect' Rohingya minority and call for better social welfare in Cambodia.
Connect Asia Podcast 9th July 2013
Leaked report slams Pakistan for failures on Bin Laden, first steps toward reopening Kaesong Industrial Park and asylum children held at Tasmanian detention centre.
Connect Asia Podcast 8th July 2013
Evidence points to pilot's 'misjudgement' for San Francisco crash; Japan moves closer to restarting nuclear power and former Taliban member appointed as key rights protector.
Connect Asia Podcast 5th July 2013
We talk live to Australia's opposition spokesperson on foreign affairs, Julie Bishop, to find out why she's in East Timor.
Connect Asia Podcast 4th July 2013
Why East Timor's economy is racing ahead, India's government launches a national cheap food scheme but will it work and Fawad Ahmed, once an asylum seeker, now on the brink of playing test cricket for Australia.
Connect Asia Podcast 3rd July 2013
On today's program, K-Mart's boss speaks out about the Australian's company's drive to raise standards in the Bangladesh garment industry; rising concern over the cost of AIDS drugs which are too expensive for many of those who need them most AND...
Connect Asia Podcast 2nd July 2013
On today's program, ASEAN claims a breakthrough on maritime disputes with China AND the fugitive American spy agency worker Edward Snowden applies for political asylum in Russia.
Connect Asia Podcast 1st July 2013
On today's program, Fresh from his defeat of Julia Gillard last week, Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd unveils his new look Cabinet and we'll hear why the World Health Organisation hopes its new treatment guidelines could help push HIV AIDS into...
Connect Asia Podcast 28th June 2013
US cuts Bangladesh trade privileges over labour concerns, and Myanmar announces telecom licence winners.
Connect Asia Podcast 27th June 2013
Kevin Rudd returns as Australian PM, and tobacco companies to sue Thai government over health warnings.
Connect Asia Podcast 26th June 2013
ASEAN's drive to have a collective voice on world trade, the latest on the environmental crisis in Southeast Asia, as smoke from Indonesia's forest fires continues to blight Malaysia and we meet human rights lawyer, Jarred Genser, a leading figure in...
Connect Asia Podcast 25th June 2013
People smuggler admits involvement in tragic sinking; US relations with China, Russia tested over Snowden and Pakistan PM says Pervez Musharraf should face treason charges
Connect Asia Podacst 24th June 2013
Floods devastate northern India; Malaysian government criticised for haze inaction and analysing the state of the Indonesian economy
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