Syria Stalemate, QE Quivers & Undersea Spying – Asia-Pacific Perspective


corbettreport Published on Sep 1, 2013
Welcome back to The Asia-Pacific Perspective, that monthly show where James Corbett of corbettreport.com and Broc West of apperspective.net break down all the latest news and headlines from the Asia-Pacific region. In this month’s conversation (recorded on the morning of August 31st):

STORY #1:
As Australia takes UN Security Council reins, not only Syria on the agenda
http://ur1.ca/fadk5
Rudd suspends campaigning for national security briefing on Syria
http://ur1.ca/fauzy
Abbott wants to improve Israeli ties
http://ur1.ca/fav0c

STORY #2:
China Warns US Fed Reserve Over QE Tapering Threat to Emerging Economies
http://ur1.ca/fas18
BRICS, G20 linked in global affairs
http://ur1.ca/fav23
QE Taper May Trigger the Next Global Financial Crisis
http://ur1.ca/fav4b

STORY #3:
Australian spies in global deal to tap undersea cables
http://ur1.ca/fac7o
No charges laid over GCSB’s illegal spying of Dotcom
http://ur1.ca/fac7w
Strip searches approved in massive police powers boost for Brisbane G20
http://ur1.ca/fadjs

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