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Another Violent Spike in Duterte’s Drug War
July 13, 2018

Another Violent Spike in Duterte’s Drug War

By Erin Cook
Recent weeks have seen another rise in violence that has placed greater scrutiny on the Philippine president and his methods.
Why the Philippines’ New Anti-Terror Law Would Be a Blow to Rights
July 12, 2018

Why the Philippines’ New Anti-Terror Law Would Be a Blow to Rights

By Mong Palatino
Critics fear amendments could trample liberties and further enable a descent into dictatorial rule.

Duterte’s Anti-Women Behavior Sparks the Philippines’ Own #MeToo Moment
June 27, 2018

Duterte’s Anti-Women Behavior Sparks the Philippines’ Own #MeToo Moment

By Mong Palatino
A recent social media campaign in the country is a further sign of growing opposition against the president.

Does Duterte’s War on the International Criminal Court Really Matter?
April 05, 2018

Does Duterte’s War on the International Criminal Court Really Matter?

By Luke Hunt
A closer look at an issue that has surfaced over the past few weeks.

Why Did Duterte Chicken out of the ASEAN-Australia Summit?
March 10, 2018

Why Did Duterte Chicken out of the ASEAN-Australia Summit?

By Luke Hunt
The strongman is clearly afraid of the scrutiny that might come from making the trip.
Duterte’s Media War in the Philippines Highlights ASEAN’s Rights Problem
January 25, 2018

Duterte’s Media War in the Philippines Highlights ASEAN’s Rights Problem

By Luke Hunt
The effort to ban online news outlet Rappler is sadly an all too familiar story in the region.

Will Duterte’s ‘Cha-Cha’ Train Lead to Dictatorship in the Philippines?
January 23, 2018

Will Duterte’s ‘Cha-Cha’ Train Lead to Dictatorship in the Philippines?

By Mong Palatino
Recent moves have raised some troubling questions about the country’s drift to authoritarianism under a strongman's rule.
With Martial Law Extended in the Philippines, What’s Next for Duterte’s New 'Communist Terrorist' War?
December 13, 2017

With Martial Law Extended in the Philippines, What’s Next for Duterte’s New 'Communist Terrorist' War?

By Mong Palatino
A closer look at a development that could have significant implications for the country’s domestic politics and foreign policy.

What’s Next for the Philippines as Duterte Ends Communist Peace Talks?
November 25, 2017

What’s Next for the Philippines as Duterte Ends Communist Peace Talks?

By Mong Palatino
The nixing of the peace process raises some rather troubling questions for the Southeast Asian state.

Beware Duterte’s Troll Army in the Philippines
November 18, 2017

Beware Duterte’s Troll Army in the Philippines

By Mong Palatino
A recent report deepens concerns around the administration’s distortion of online information.

Tracking Trump's First Trip to Asia, Part 2: China, Vietnam, APEC, Philippines, ASEAN, EAS, and the 'Quad'
November 15, 2017

Tracking Trump's First Trip to Asia, Part 2: China, Vietnam, APEC, Philippines, ASEAN, EAS, and the 'Quad'

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
How did Trump’s first-ever presidential trip to China, Vietnam, and the Philippines wrap up?
Duterte’s Unfinished Wars in the Philippines
October 25, 2017

Duterte’s Unfinished Wars in the Philippines

By Mong Palatino
The administration’s bold announcements belie the actual status of key conflicts and their broader significance.

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