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The Normalization Process in the Bangsamoro Faces Rising Uncertainty
April 26, 2021

The Normalization Process in the Bangsamoro Faces Rising Uncertainty

By Georgi Engelbrecht
Delays in the decommissioning of Moro rebels and other measures threaten the fragile peace in the newly created Bangsamoro Autonomous Region.

An End in Sight for the Philippines’ Maoist Insurgency?
February 19, 2021

An End in Sight for the Philippines’ Maoist Insurgency?

By Jack Broome
The Philippine military claims that a breakthrough is around the corner, but a continuation of the conflict is convenient for many.
What’s Next for the Philippines Communist Insurgency Under Duterte?
March 31, 2020

What’s Next for the Philippines Communist Insurgency Under Duterte?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A closer look at the state of one of Asia’s longest-running insurgencies and its future prospects.

Will the Bangsamoro Peace Process Succeed?
December 07, 2017

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.

Negotiating Peace in Southeast Asia
September 09, 2016

Negotiating Peace in Southeast Asia

By Mong Palatino
A quick look at peace efforts in Thailand, Myanmar, and the Philippines.

Philippines Captures Top Militant of Splinter Rebel Group
February 11, 2016

Philippines Captures Top Militant of Splinter Rebel Group

By Prashanth Parameswaran
High-ranking leader Hasan Indal nabbed in a joint operation.

Malaysian Peacekeepers Could Face Toughest Challenge Yet
March 04, 2015

Malaysian Peacekeepers Could Face Toughest Challenge Yet

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The country’s armed forces chief signals rough road ahead for peace monitors.
South Philippines Best Chance for Peace?
October 16, 2012

South Philippines Best Chance for Peace?

Despite persistent challenges the peace deal signed today just might bring an end to the conflict.

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