Interview 1033 – The Asia-Pacific Perspective with Broc West

by | Apr 29, 2015 | Interviews | 0 comments

Welcome back to The Asia-Pacific Perspective, where James Corbett of and Broc West of bring you the latest news from the Asia-Pacific region. This month:

STORY #1: Asian and African Nations Challenge ‘Obsolete’ World Order
China: New Asian bank will enhance international finance system
AIIB useful complementary tool for world financial order: expert
The new Asian bank and a new world order
China’s AIIB Bank: Part of a Much Bigger Master Plan
China rates its own citizens – including online behaviour

STORY #2: Don’t Rock The Boat On The ANZAC ‘Tradition’
Scott McIntyre’s sacking over ANZAC tweets stirs free speech row
SIPRI – Trends In World Military Expenditure, 2014
40 Years On, Agent Orange Chemicals Used In Vietnam War Still Leave A Devastating Mark

STORY #3: U.S. and Japan Strike New Military Agreement
Japan Prime Minister Shinzō Abe begins US tour with visit to Boston
Report: Police investigating explosions heard near Camp Zama
Japanese Government’s Effort To Silence Press Is Working
Ex-bureaucrat blasts Abe on news program

PREVIOUS EPISODE: Fukushima’s 4-Year Anniversary

NOTE: Broc and James are on the look-out for new and interesting Asia-Pacific topics to cover. If you come across anything you feel is worthwhile please get in contact with Broc via twitter @brocwest / @ap_perspective or with James via the contact form on Alternatively you can use #apperspective on Twitter and we’ll be sure to find it. Thank you.


Submit a Comment


Become a Corbett Report member