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In Correspondents Report, the ABC's overseas reporters give their interpretation and analyses of the week's major events, and offer perceptive observations about the countries and regions in which they're based.

In Correspondents Report, the ABC's overseas reporters give their interpretation and analyses of the week's major events, and offer perceptive observations about the countries and regions in which they're based.
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In Correspondents Report, the ABC's overseas reporters give their interpretation and analyses of the week's major events, and offer perceptive observations about the countries and regions in which they're based.

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English


Episodes

A visit to Australia House in London

12/9/2018
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A hundred years since the end of WWI, Australia House in London has also marked its centenary. It's Australia's oldest diplomatic mission.

Duration:00:06:08

Behind the scenes in PNG

12/7/2018
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There's a lot more to being a foreign correspondent than just reporting. In between the high drama of covering world leaders and economic summits, there's a less glamourous side – like septic tanks that need fixing.

Duration:00:07:31

Global eyes on encryption laws

12/7/2018
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The Federal Government's encryption laws have attracted attention from internet policy experts abroad. We speak to the Director of the Internet Policy Research Initiative at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Duration:00:05:34

US enforces a 'go slow' in asylum applications

12/7/2018
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Thousands of people from the so-called "migrant caravan" that's been crossing Mexico have now gathered in squalid conditions near the US border. North America Correspondent Zoe Daniel filed this report from Tijuana.

Duration:00:04:47

Correspondents Report

12/7/2018
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On this week's program: The US enforces a 'go slow' in asylum applications; Global eyes on Australia’s new encryption laws; A behind the scenes look at life in the ABC's Port Moresby bureau. Our correspondent there is finding out that there's a less glamourous side of the job; And we'll visit a grand building in London, which houses Australia's oldest diplomatic mission. Australia House turns 100 this year.

Duration:00:25:11

Correspondents Report

12/2/2018
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On this week's program: the media circus around the release of a member of the Bali Nine; Australia and Japan forging closer ties amidst a growing trade war; and America's paper of record corrects a long history of omissions around the women who shaped the nation.

Duration:00:25:11

'Overlooked' project to recognise influential women

11/29/2018
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The New York Times has published thousands of obituaries in its long history, but incredible women who made a huge contribution often weren't included. Now, there's a project underway to change that.

Duration:00:08:27

Australia and Japan hoping for deeper strategic ties

11/29/2018
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The relationship between Australia and Japan is growing, amidst rising instability in the Asia-Pacific region.

Duration:00:05:06

Navigating the US healthcare system

11/29/2018
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James Glenday has recently made the move from our Europe Bureau in London to our North America office in Washington DC. Both have vastly different approaches to healthcare — and both take a little getting used to.

Duration:00:04:20

Media circus surrounding Renae Lawrence's release from jail

11/29/2018
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The Australian media have come under criticism over the way coverage was handled when Renae Lawrence was released from a jail in Bali. Our Indonesia correspondent Anne Barker has questioned why Indonesia allows the media circus in the first place.

Duration:00:06:39

Boxes, bureaucracy and Beirut Barbie: waiting for the comforts of home

11/22/2018
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Five months ago, former Indonesia correspondent Adam Harvey and his family packed their belongings off in a shipping container to await the day they could be reunited in Beirut, where Adam is now posted. It's been a long and nail-biting wait.

Duration:00:05:29

Indonesia – a haven for heavy metal

11/22/2018
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Indonesia correspondent David Lipson donned a black shirt and ripped jeans to attend the recent Guns 'n' Roses concert in Jakarta in his search for the nation's "heavy metal mayhem".

Duration:00:06:49

Not far, not far: in search of a story in remote north-east India

11/22/2018
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South Asia correspondent Siobhan Heanue is on assignment this week in a remote part of the state of Assam in north east India. She sent this report from the middle of the jungle, after a long day spent on the road.

Duration:00:07:58

Correspondents Report

11/22/2018
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On this week's program: Siobhan Heanue takes a long walk in remote north-eastern India in search of a story; David Lipson gets his metal on in Jakarta; and Adam Harvey endures a long wait for the comforts of home.

Duration:00:21:00

Correspondents Report

11/15/2018
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On this week's Correspondents Report: Correspondent Stephanie March farewells Washington; we take a close look at a regime which controlled Portugal for almost half a century; and China correspondent Bill Birtles takes us to Beijing's largest bird, fish and animal market.

Duration:00:25:10

Finding the real Beijing

11/15/2018
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Beijing has transformed from a distinctively Chinese city into one that looks familiar to all international travellers with international brands everywhere, but China correspondent Bill Birtles has a place he likes to go to that hasn't lost its old school charm.

Duration:00:06:34

A reminder of the oppressive rule of António de Oliveira Salazar in Portugal

11/15/2018
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Europe Correspondent Linton Besser heads to Portugal, and takes a look at a regime which controlled the country for almost half a century. It's a story about secret police, informants, and thousands of political prisoners.

Duration:00:07:27

Correspondent Stephanie March on her time in Washington

11/15/2018
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Correspondent Stephanie March farewells Washington. During her time in the post, she's witnessed the worst of life in North America, and had to report on many mass shootings. But she's also had a front row seat to many captivating stories.

Duration:00:10:13

The next two years of Donald Trump

11/11/2018
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US President Donald Trump has come out swinging after the mid-term elections, leaving the Washington press pool wondering what to expect for the next two years.

Duration:00:06:26

Parallels between Chicago and Melbourne

11/11/2018
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Eric Tlozek usually covers the Middle East, but he recently found himself on assignment in North America. While some things haven't changed, he was surprised to find so many parallels with Australia.

Duration:00:05:38