Politics and Covid-19 in Timor-Leste, Protests in Hong Kong and USA, Police Reform in the USA [audio] [open html - 0B]
From the Audio Description: "In this episode of Policy, Guns & Money, ASPI [Australian Strategic Policy Institute] researcher Genevieve Feely speaks to Robert Baird, English Editor at Tatoli News, about recent political developments in Timor-Leste, including the challenge of a failed state budget, and the country's Covid-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] response. Senior Analyst Kelsey Munro speaks to the Director of ASPI's Defence, Strategy and National Security Program, Michael Shoebridge about the protests in Hong Kong and the United States, the parallels and differences between the two protests and what this means in the context of the global contest between authoritarianism and democracy. And Leanne Close, head of ASPI's Counter-terrorism Program, speaks to Steven Casstevens, President of the International Association of the Chiefs of Police about police reform in the United States in light of the current protests and how the systemic issues can be addressed to rebuild trust and support between police and their communities." The duration of this audio is 40 minutes and 17 seconds.
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