The Asia Pacific program with Sen Lam was broadcast for the final time on August 15, 2014. Enjoy our content archive.
The American Secretary of State John Kerry has used a major address at the end of his five-day tour of Myanmar, Australia and Solomon Islands to set a broader agenda for Washington's relations with the Asia Pacific region.
So what is the significance of the Asia Pacific policy address delivered by US Secretary of State John Kerry?Some argue the speech is a response to those sceptics who question whether the Americans are devoting sufficient time and resources to the region.
Asia Pacific presenter Sen lam went to Cambodia in 2008 to report on a range of stories.
Asia Pacific is ending its 16-year run today.
The Australian government has announced details of the observer group it will send to monitor Fiji's general election next month.
Philippine authorities have arrested a retired major general on allegations of serious human rights violations.
Karon Snowdon has been Asia Pacific's Finance Correspondent since 2000, and apart from her business brief, Karon's coverage of stories ranged far and wide from Indonesia, to China and the nation we now know as Myanmar.
Kanaha Sabapathy was with Asia Pacific at the beginning, and is a longtime contributor to the program.
In the over seven years that Murali Krishnan has been covering India for Asia Pacific, he helped us make sense of the diverse, vast and often fascinating nation.
The United States and Australia will make a united push to tackle the threat of home grown extremists, fighting in foreign wars.
United States Secretary of State John Kerry is expected to discuss climate change and the legacy of World War Two when he arrives in Solomon Islands today.
There is continuing disagreement over the future of what was once one of the biggest copper mines in the world.
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been visiting the Siachen glacier in disputed Kashmir.
India is witnessing a renewed battle to win the hearts and minds of the next generation of students.
In the third instalment of our farewell series, we catch up with former Asia Pacific reporter, Sue Lannin, who filed to the program from Hong Kong to Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Cambodia's political opposition is calling for an end to the secrecy surrounding Australia's plan to send asylum seekers there from the Pacific island nation of Nauru.
Annual talks are being held in Sydney today, bringing together Australia's foreign and defence ministers and their American counterparts, the Secretary of State John Kerry and Defence Secretary, Chuck Hagel.
New Zealand's former Foreign Minister Winston Peters has backed the current government's push for a spot on the United Nations Security Council.
The fate of two French journalists detained by Indonesian police for almost a week in the restive region of Papua remains uncertain.