Wikileaks, succession and the Australian documentary

24 01 2011

The Wikileaks cable on succession has prompted a re-posting of the banned-in-Thailand report by the Australian program Foreign Correspondent that examined the succession issue. PPT hasn’t had a chance to compare this to the original, but it seems shortened, perhaps for YouTube format.


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