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Duterte: No One Can Stop China Fishing in Philippine Waters
July 23, 2019

Duterte: No One Can Stop China Fishing in Philippine Waters

By Jim Gomez
The Philippine leader has once again alleged the futility of trying to prevent Beijing’s activities that undermine Manila’s interests.
Why Malaysia’s New Proposal Could Change Southeast Asia’s Drugs Debate
July 09, 2019

Why Malaysia’s New Proposal Could Change Southeast Asia’s Drugs Debate

By Preeti Jha
A move to decriminalize personal drug use and possession could help to shift the regional discourse on drugs.

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.

Bloody Violence Haunts Philippine Sugar Plantations in Negros
May 30, 2019

Bloody Violence Haunts Philippine Sugar Plantations in Negros

By Luke Lischin
A look at the context for conflict surrounding Negros’ all-important sugar industry.

Philippine Midterm Elections: A Crucial Referendum on Duterte’s Presidency
May 14, 2019

Philippine Midterm Elections: A Crucial Referendum on Duterte’s Presidency

By Jim Gomez
The polls will not only shed light on what voters think of his performance thus far, but could also shape how the rest of his single six-year term plays out.
Mahathir-Duterte Summit Puts Malaysia-Philippines Ties Into Focus
March 12, 2019

Mahathir-Duterte Summit Puts Malaysia-Philippines Ties Into Focus

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The summit meeting spotlighted efforts by the two leaders to develop their bilateral relationship.

Why Duterte’s Controversies Are No Laughing Matter
January 10, 2019

Why Duterte’s Controversies Are No Laughing Matter

By Luke Hunt
Duterte's 'jokes' reveal a lack of respect for institutions, the rule of law, and the Philippine people.
Duterte’s War on Drugs Can’t Escape International Law
December 14, 2018

Duterte’s War on Drugs Can’t Escape International Law

By Luke Hunt
The ICC says it will continue to study the complaints filed against Duterte in spite of his dismissal of the institution.

What the Neverending Imelda Marcos Case Means for Philippine Politics
November 28, 2018

What the Neverending Imelda Marcos Case Means for Philippine Politics

By Mong Palatino
The issue has significant implications for how the country deals with its past and confronts its future.

Is There Really a New Duterte Coup Plot in the Philippines?
October 06, 2018

Is There Really a New Duterte Coup Plot in the Philippines?

By Mong Palatino
A recent wave of speculation risks conflating actual legitimate opposition with potential and unproven coup attempts.

Duterte Is Killing the Philippines' Environment
August 27, 2018

Duterte Is Killing the Philippines' Environment

By Mong Palatino
A closer look at yet another troubling aspect of the president’s record.
What Does Duterte’s Signing of the Bangsamoro Law Mean?
August 01, 2018

What Does Duterte’s Signing of the Bangsamoro Law Mean?

By Erin Cook
A closer look at a notable development.

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