The Normalization Process in the Bangsamoro Faces Rising Uncertainty
By Georgi Engelbrecht
Delays in the decommissioning of Moro rebels and other measures threaten the fragile peace in the newly created Bangsamoro Autonomous Region.
Thousands of Families Are Being Displaced by Violent Clashes in Mindanao
By Nick Aspinwall
A renewal of conflict between the Philippine military and an extremist group has shaken the Bangasmoro Autonomous Region.
From Rebels to Rulers: The Challenges of the Bangsamoro Government in Mindanao
By Miyoko Taniguchi
The newly created government already faced a steep learning curve, with the peace process at stake. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
War and Peace in the Philippines
By Zachary Abuza
With the BARMM’s first birthday, the peace process in the southern Philippines reaches a milestone.
Countering Violent Extremism After Mindanao’s ‘New Dawn’
By Michael Henry Yusingco
A coherent approach to violent extremism is need in the new Bangsamoro Autonomous Region.
In Mindanao, BARMM Is Only the Beginning
By Mathew Bukit
Establishing the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) is only the start of the path to peace.