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Martial law in the Philippines

The Trouble with the New Anti-Subversion Act Push for the Philippines
October 09, 2019

The Trouble with the New Anti-Subversion Act Push for the Philippines

By Luke Lischin
The push for a new move bears noting within the Duterte administration's broader approach to managing security issues.

The Mothers Who Fled Marawi
November 08, 2017

The Mothers Who Fled Marawi

By Lorie Ann Cascaro
Pregnant women and their newborns are among the refugees displaced by conflict in the Philippines.
Is Marawi a Harbinger of Chaos to Come?
September 13, 2017

Is Marawi a Harbinger of Chaos to Come?

By Mark Davis Madarang Pablo
To avert the next Marawi Manila needs to make moves toward a more comprehensive security framework.

Duterte’s Extended Martial Law and the Future of Marawi
July 25, 2017

Duterte’s Extended Martial Law and the Future of Marawi

By Chester Cabalza
A closer look at a controversial policy.

Why Duterte's Martial Law Declaration in Mindanao Is So Concerning
June 13, 2017

Why Duterte's Martial Law Declaration in Mindanao Is So Concerning

By Anthony Hustedt
Philippine history shows martial law is more likely to increase extremism than reverse it.

Duterte Must Move Beyond Martial Law to Counter Terrorism in the Philippines
June 10, 2017

Duterte Must Move Beyond Martial Law to Counter Terrorism in the Philippines

By Zachary Abuza
The president needs a more comprehensive strategy if his administration is to make meaningful progress.

Martial Law Comes to Mindanao
May 30, 2017

Martial Law Comes to Mindanao

By Jeoffrey Maitem
Glimpses of the Philippines' offensive against militants in Marawi City.
Martial Law and Duterte's Quest for Federalism
May 27, 2017

Martial Law and Duterte's Quest for Federalism

By Chester Cabalza
The declaration of martial law raises new questions about the feasibility of a federal system.

Why Duterte Should Fear the Marcos Burial Protest
December 06, 2016

Why Duterte Should Fear the Marcos Burial Protest

By Mong Palatino
While the president’s position is still strong, opposition to his rule should not be underestimated.

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