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Asian countries demand answers over reports of spying from embassies
Oct. 31 2013 | The Globe and Mail |

A document from National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, published this week by German magazine Der Spiegel, describes a signals intelligence program called “Stateroom” in which U.S., British, Australian and Canadian embassies secretly house surveillance equipment to collect electronic communications. Those countries, along with New Zealand, have an intelligence-sharing agreement known as “Five Eyes.”
NSA  diplomacy  Asian  Australia  New_Zealand  Edward_Snowden  sigint  security_&_intelligence  Five_Eyes 
october 2013 by jerryking
Future Tense - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Exploring new ideas, new approaches, new technologies—the edge of change. Future Tense analyses the social, cultural and economic fault lines arising from rapid transformation.
future  ideas  Australia  radio  documentaries  entertainment 
august 2013 by jerryking
Recall: Pan product recall offers lessons for all
May 2003|Allens Linklaters |Partner Annette Hughes and articled clerk Vida Wongseelashote
Australia  product_recalls 
june 2012 by jerryking
U.S. to Build Up Military in Australia - WSJ.com
NOVEMBER 10, 2011 |WSJ | By LAURA MECKLER
U.S. to Build Up Military in Australia
Move Aimed at Countering China in Asia,Clarifying Free Access to South China Sea
maritime  U.S._military  China_rising  Australia  Asia_Pacific  PACOM 
november 2011 by jerryking
Leading in the Indian Ocean - WSJ.com
* MARCH 10, 2011 Thomas Mahnken and Andrew Shearer:.leading in
the Indian Ocean
Australia and the U.S. need to organize allies to maintain freedom of
navigation as regional rivalries heat up.

As Robert Kaplan recently highlighted in his book "Monsoon," economic
ties are burgeoning across and around the Indian Ocean
region....Beijing's challenge to freedom of navigation in the
Indo-Pacific means that the U.S. and Australia should be thinking about
bringing together their proliferating bilateral maritime security links
in a collective arrangement, one that could pool resources to mount
rapid responses to natural disasters and other contingencies and work
together to keep Asia's vital sea lanes open.
maritime  U.S._Navy  Australia  collective_intelligence  disasters  China_rising  rivalries  Robert_Kaplan  Indian_Ocean  Indo_Pacific  bilateral  rapid-response  natural_calamities 
march 2011 by jerryking
Asia's New Arms Race - WSJ.com
FEBRUARY 12, 2011 | | By AMOL SHARMA in New Delhi, JEREMY
PAGE in Beijing, JAMES HOOKWAY in Hanoi and RACHEL PANNETT in Canberra

As China grows wealthier and builds up its military, other nations in
the region are taking note—and amassing weapons of their own.
China  China_rising  India  Vietnam  Australia  maritime  arms_race 
february 2011 by jerryking
FORA.tv - Niall Ferguson: Empires on the Edge of Chaos
28 July 2010 | FORA.tv | Address by Niall Ferguson in Sydney
when he delivers The Centre for Independent Studies' annual John
Bonython lecture.
Niall_Ferguson  speeches  Australia  America_in_Decline?  imperial_overstretch  Macquarie  web_video 
september 2010 by jerryking
Justice not seen - The Globe and Mail
Apr. 03, 2010 | Globe and Mail .China should open its courtroom
door, on the grounds of general principles of procedural and
substantive justice, as well on the narrower ground of giving confidence
to foreign citizens and companies that they will be treated fairly.
Australia  China  courtroom_process  editorials  transparency  confidence 
april 2010 by jerryking
China's War for Ore - WSJ.com
JULY 15, 2009 | Wall Street Journal | by HOLMAN W. JENKINS, JR.
business-government_relations  China  iron  Australia  Holman_Jenkins  mining 
july 2009 by jerryking
No, sheik, sorry isn't good enough | The Australian
| November 01, 2006 Article from: The Australian by Janet Albrechtsen
meat  Australia  Muslim  clerics  sexual_assault 
february 2009 by jerryking

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