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Melbourne, VIC

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Asia Pacific brings you the opinions of the people who matter and keeps you up to date with the latest news, including in depth coverage of major events in corporate and financial circles in the Asia Pacific.

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English

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Episodes

Asia Pacific Podcast 15th August 2014

8/15/2014
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Sixteen years on air, Asia Pacific came into being a time of great change in the region, four weeks after our first show, Indonesia's people removed President Suharto and his New Order regime - This is the final Asia Pacific Program.

Duration: 00:24:59


Asia Pacific Podcast 14th August 2014

8/14/2014
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Pakistan's major cities brace for potentially violent anti-government protests. On our second last show, I speak with contributors Karon Snowdon and Murali Krishnan.

Duration: 00:25:01


Asia Pacific Podcast 13th August 2014

8/13/2014
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The US Secretary of State to visit Solomon Islands, as part of the Obama administration's focus on the Asia-Pacific. Former Asia Pacific reporter, Sue Lannin tells of living the journalist's dream in both Hong Kong

Duration: 00:24:52


Asia Pacific Podcast 12th August 2014

8/12/2014
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Annual talks in Sydney bring together Australia's foreign and defense ministers and their American counterparts. And, In the second of our farewell series, award-winning program alumna Di Martin remembers the highlights.

Duration: 00:25:01


Asia Pacific Podcast 11th August 2014

8/11/2014
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Australia's prime minister Tony Abbott on a flying visit to the Netherlands to thank all those involved with the MH17 recovery mission, and in conversation with our long time Phnom Penh correspondent, Robert Carmichael as Asia Pacific enters it's final week on air.

Duration: 00:25:01


Asia Pacific Podcast 7th August 2014

8/7/2014
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Singapore's legal bid to hold accountable companies and individuals in the region who start forest fires. India's growing love affair with the motor-car brings with it a new set of challenges.

Duration: 00:25:01


Asia Pacific Podcast 6th August 2014

8/6/2014
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Australia's intelligence agencies deeply concerned about an emerging generation of jihadists in the region, and a call for international environment organisations to train local conservationists in developing countries.

Duration: 00:24:52


Asia Pacific Podcast 5th August 2014

8/5/2014
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Asia Pacific Podcast 4th August 2014

8/4/2014
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Asia Pacific Podcast 1st August 2014

8/1/2014
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The second UN-backed genocide trial of two former Khmer Rouge leaders begins in Cambodia and a push to market Australian agricultural produce to China under a single brand.

Duration: 00:24:52


Asia Pacific Podcast 31st July 2014

7/31/2014
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Is Myanmar backtracking on reforms? UN special rapporteur for Myanmar, Yanghee Lee in a moment. Drama off the sporting field for Australian Athletics at the Commonwealth Games.

Duration: 00:25:01


Asia Pacific Podcast 30th August 2014

7/30/2014
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China announces a probe into one of the country's most powerful former ministers and when Hawaii meets Mars... we talk to Nasa mission commander Casey Steadman.

Duration: 00:25:01


Asia Pacific Podcast 28th July 2014

7/28/2014
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Australia says recent asylum seekers face possible return to India; Australia and Vietnam prepare to examine the respective human rights records. And on the trail of ordinary turtles performing quite extraordinary feats ...all without a break for lunch.

Duration: 00:24:52


Asia Pacific Podcast 22nd July 2014

7/26/2014
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Asia Pacific Podcast 25th July 2014

7/25/2014
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India's new government to restrict foreign funding for the local chapters of activist NGOs. and why Cambodia has a well-earned reputation as a leader in the fight against HIV-AIDS.

Duration: 00:25:01


Asia Pacific Podcast AM 24th July 2014

7/24/2014
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Special extended one hour LIVE broadcast from the 2014 AIDS Conference in Melbourne.

Duration: 00:54:42


Asia Pacific Podcast 23rd July 2014

7/23/2014
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The remains of some of the 298 victims of Flight MH17 arrives in Ukranian government-controlled territory. Political breakthrough in Cambodia, as the opposition CNRP ends its year-long boycott of Parliament.

Duration: 00:25:01


Asia Pacific Podcast 21st July 2014

7/21/2014
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The latest developments concerning the downing of MH-17 over Ukraine, and 12-thousand delegates from 200 countries gather for the Opening Ceremony of the International AIDS 2014 conference in Melbourne.

Duration: 00:24:53


Asia Pacific Podcast 17th July 2014

7/19/2014
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The Singapore government's homophobia extends to the destruction of a children's book, And, We meet the curator of the Outrage film festival, as Melbourne gears up for AIDS 2014.

Duration: 00:25:01


Asia Pacific Podcast 16th July 2014

7/19/2014
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Will Cambodia's new law on the judiciary give the government a greater hold on judges? Fear and anxiety over a Thai military plan to deport 100-thousand displaced people on the Burma border.

Duration: 00:24:06

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