3 Killed in Philippine Army Attack on Militant Camp in Mindanao
By Sebastian Strangio
The attack was intended to root out 50 fighters belonging to the Dawlah Islamiya group, which was responsible for the 2017 siege of Marawi city.
Mindanao After Martial Law
By Nick Aspinwall
After 31 months of martial law following the siege of Marawi, both the military and insurgents are still firmly in place.
The Philippines Moves to End US Visiting Forces Agreement: What Happens Next?
By Ankit Panda
The decision has kicked off a 180-day countdown that may be used for renegotiation.
Japan’s Peacebuilding Prowess: The Case of Marawi City
By Mark Manantan and Dahlia Simangan
It’s time for a new brand of diplomacy for Japan’s new era. Rebuilding Marawi in the Philippines is a good place to start.
The Battle of Marawi Is Not Over
By Nina Trige Andersen
A continuing displacement crisis and growing discontent with martial law risk creating yet another conflict.
How Does Duterte Use the Philippine Coast Guard?
By Jay Tristan Tarriela
Beyond securing disputed maritime rights, the PCG has an important domestic function.
Battle for Marawi Exposes Philippines’ Military Intelligence Crisis
By Prashanth Parameswaran
The ongoing Marawi crisis has pointed to well-known capability gaps that Manila is now attempting to urgently fill.
A Trial Balloon Over Mindanao: The Philippines Weighs US UCAVs in Counterinsurgency
By Blanchard E. Neuman
Would U.S. unmanned combat aerial vehicles change the game in Mindanao counterinsurgency?