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Chinese Foreign Minister Courts Philippines’ President Marcos
July 07, 2022

Chinese Foreign Minister Courts Philippines’ President Marcos

By Sebastian Strangio
Foreign Minister Wang Yi was all smiles during his stop in Manila, but China-Philippine relations are likely to remain freighted with challenges.

Marcos Jr. is Steering the Philippines Towards a Foreign Policy Reset
June 29, 2022

Marcos Jr. is Steering the Philippines Towards a Foreign Policy Reset

By Richard Javad Heydarian
The president-elect has sent clear signals that he doesn’t want to be too dependent on the U.S. – nor wind up too cozy with China.
Philippine Foreign Policy After Duterte
March 15, 2022

Philippine Foreign Policy After Duterte

By Richard Javad Heydarian
Notwithstanding the radically divergent positions of different candidates, structural elements will shape and constrain the strategic options of the next Filipino president.

Philippine Supply Boats Reach Marines at China-guarded Shoal
November 23, 2021

Philippine Supply Boats Reach Marines at China-guarded Shoal

By Jim Gomez
According to the Philippines' defense secretary, the resupply boats reached the shoal without a Philippine military escort in accordance with a Chinese request.

China Just Botched a Monumental Opportunity With the Philippines
June 18, 2020

China Just Botched a Monumental Opportunity With the Philippines

By Derek Grossman
Did China miss its shot at the U.S.-Philippines Visiting Forces Agreement?

Assessing China’s Assertiveness at Commodore Reef
May 18, 2020

Assessing China’s Assertiveness at Commodore Reef

By Christian Vicedo
Implications for the future of international law and good order at sea in the South China Sea.

What’s in the New China Military Presence Fears in the Philippines?
March 05, 2020

What’s in the New China Military Presence Fears in the Philippines?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Recent concerns of thousands of Chinese military personnel infiltrating the country are just one manifestation of the growing fears of Beijing’s influence in the Philippines and alleged government complicity.
The Philippines Post-VFA: No Easy Choices
February 27, 2020

The Philippines Post-VFA: No Easy Choices

By Lucio Blanco Pitlo III
If Manila wants to wean itself off the U.S. alliance, it has several options. Each has drawbacks – but so does the status quo.

Report: Chinese Warship Warned Commercial Vessel Away From Scarborough Shoal
November 05, 2019

Report: Chinese Warship Warned Commercial Vessel Away From Scarborough Shoal

By Ankit Panda
A late-September incident underscores threats to commercial free navigation in the disputed waters of the South China Sea.

The Cyber Dimension of the South China Sea Clashes
August 05, 2019

The Cyber Dimension of the South China Sea Clashes

By Mark Manantan
China’s alleged cyberattacks come amid rising sentiments in the Philippines over the South China Sea disputes.

Can the Philippines and China Get Past the Reed Bank Debacle?
June 29, 2019

Can the Philippines and China Get Past the Reed Bank Debacle?

By Lucio Blanco Pitlo III
A joint investigation into the sinking of a Philippine boat could be a way forward, if both sides can agree to it.
South China Sea Collision Talk Threatens to Rock China-Philippines Relations
June 12, 2019

South China Sea Collision Talk Threatens to Rock China-Philippines Relations

By Associated Press
The incident is just the latest flare up between China and the Philippines on the South China Sea issue.

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