Interview 1129 – The Asia-Pacific Perspective with Broc West

by | Jan 29, 2016 | Interviews | 0 comments

Welcome back to The Asia-Pacific Perspective, where James Corbett of and Broc West of bring you the latest headline from the Asia-Pacific region. On this edition of The Asia-Pacific Perspective: China goes on a Middle East tour as the Asia-Pacific gears up for more military drills; Australia goes for cashless welfare; and the Malaysian PM receives a $681 million “gift” from his Saudi friends.


Chinese President’s Tour of Greater Middle East

Challenging China as a Balance Weight of Asia-Pacific

China’s ICBC Launches Second Branch in Belgium

Chinese Environmental Problems are Taking a Serious Turn for Worse

China Says Soros “Hasn’t Done His Homework,” May Be “Partially Blind”

US Pacific Chief Talks China, Regional Partnerships

Exercise Cope North 2016 begins in February

The War on Cash: A Country by Country Guide from

Australian Greens senator Rachel Siewert moves to block cashless welfare card trial

Gov’t reportedly considering expanding cashless welfare card to regional Australia if trials prove successful

As Myanmar Enters a New Era, Washington and Beijing Vie for Influence

Outgoing Myanmar president pushes to expand army-run ministry

Incoming Myanmar Leader Aung San Suu Kyi, Military Chief Discuss New Government Formation

Outrage and New Questions After Malaysian PM Cleared in Scandal

Malaysians protest against TPP

New Zealand Police door knock ‘known activists’ ahead of TPP protests

Japan requests Singapore to review restriction of food imports from Fukushima

Fukushima fishermen to expand operations off crippled nuclear plant

Virtual Reality To Be Used To Help Decommission Fukushima Plant

Toshiba Unveils Remote-Control Robot to Dismantle Fukushima Plant

Toshiba to offload chip business in wake of accounting scandal


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