G20 Policing, Chinese Internet, Troubled Waters - Asia-Pacific Perspective .James Corbett Video report

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G20 Policing, Chinese Internet, Troubled Waters - Asia-Pacific Perspective .James Corbett Video report
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Cosmic Observer
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Sunday, May 19, 2013 07:09 am
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James Corbett of corbettreport.com and Broc West of apperspective.net are pleased to bring you the latest edition of their monthly video series, \"The Asia-Pacific Perspective.\" In this episode, we cover: the Queensland police start gearing up for next year\'s G20; the Chinese government lauds activists\' use of internet to expose corruption in government; and the waters of the Asia-Pacific remain volatile as tensions continue to flare across the region. -corbettreport.com

Story #1:
Queensland government considering unprecedented police powers for next year’s G20 Summit
Queensland police to use surveillance drones to “combat crime” ahead of G20 conference
It’s Fortress Brisbane – the huge security operation for G20 conference

Story #2:
China’s state media praises online exposes
China Graft Probe ‘Likely First of Many’

Story #3:
Japan PM warns of possible military response to Chinese subs
South Korea, US launch two-day naval exercise amid regional tensions
Taiwan threatens Philippines with sanctions

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