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.
Will the Bangsamoro Peace Process Succeed?
By Lau Seng Yap
The Bangsamoro peace deal may not improve the security situation in or outside of Mindanao.
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.
Aquino: The First Filipino Nobel Laureate?
By Mong Palatino
The Philippine president has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Not everybody is happy about it.
Bangsamoro Peace Deal for Mindanao: Where’s the Peace?
By Paula Defensor Knack
Hailed as a historic agreement, the latest deal with the MILF has some serious problems.
Sultanate Warns Fresh Conflict in Sabah Possible
By Luke Hunt
Last year’s violence may be repeated if Esmail Kiram II sends troops across the border.
The Philippines: Counting the Costs in Zamboanga
By raiding the Southern Philippine town of Zamboanga, the MNLF has caused plenty of pain but gained little.
Conflict Threatens East Malaysia – Again
The MNLF has vowed to defend their ethnic kin amid Malaysia’s crackdown on illegal immigrants.