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In Mindanao, BARMM Is Only the Beginning
March 12, 2019

In Mindanao, BARMM Is Only the Beginning

By Mathew Bukit
Establishing the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) is only the start of the path to peace.

A Year After Marawi, What’s Left of ISIS in the Philippines?
October 25, 2018

A Year After Marawi, What’s Left of ISIS in the Philippines?

By Michael Hart
What became of the ISIS-linked groups in Mindanao after the Marawi siege?
Bringing Peace to the Philippines' Troubled South: The Bangsamoro Organic Law
October 02, 2018

Bringing Peace to the Philippines' Troubled South: The Bangsamoro Organic Law

By Fausto Belo Ximenes
Why would the Philippine government want to credibly commit to peace this time around?

The Battle of Marawi Is Not Over
February 17, 2018

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.

Bangsamoro Peace Process Complicated by Philippine Politics
February 13, 2018

Bangsamoro Peace Process Complicated by Philippine Politics

By Eugene Mark
Despite Duterte’s drams of federalism, the establishment of a Bangsamoro Autonomous Region has stalled.

Is Abu Sayyaf Really Defeated?
November 23, 2017

Is Abu Sayyaf Really Defeated?

By Michael Hart
After the siege of Marawi and Isnilon Hapilon’s death, what is left of Abu Sayyaf?

Mayhem in Marawi
October 29, 2017

Mayhem in Marawi

By Zachary Abuza
Is the Philippines up to the task of handling the latest wave of Islamist terrorism?
Marawi: Behind the Headlines
August 31, 2017

Marawi: Behind the Headlines

By Rory MacNeil
How did Marawi become the center of a crisis and what needs to be done next?

A Trial Balloon Over Mindanao: The Philippines Weighs US UCAVs in Counterinsurgency
August 09, 2017

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?

Why Has the Philippines’ Military Struggled in its Terror Fight Under Duterte?
August 08, 2017

Why Has the Philippines’ Military Struggled in its Terror Fight Under Duterte?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Despite advances being made, it has been an uphill climb and the challenge is much deeper than the headlines suggest.

The Drug War, the South China Sea, and Terrorism in Mindanao: Reviewing Duterte's First Year
July 12, 2017

The Drug War, the South China Sea, and Terrorism in Mindanao: Reviewing Duterte's First Year

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
Rodrigo Duterte's entry into the Philippine presidency in June 2016 carried important geopolitical consequences.
What Did the ASEAN Trilateral Terror Meeting Achieve?
June 28, 2017

What Did the ASEAN Trilateral Terror Meeting Achieve?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia are trying to forge a collective approach to counter terrorism.

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