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Rebel Commanders Become Officials Under Philippines’ Peace Deal
February 23, 2019
Rebel Commanders Become Officials Under Philippines’ Peace Deal
“There’s no more reason for us to carry our guns and continue the war,” says a spokesperson for Muslim rebel groups.
Rebel Commanders Become Officials Under Philippines’ Peace Deal
Southern Philippines Votes on Autonomy After Long Peace Effort
January 21, 2019
Southern Philippines Votes on Autonomy After Long Peace Effort
The vote could see rebels finally lay down their arms in return for the creation of a new autonomous region.
Southern Philippines Votes on Autonomy After Long Peace Effort
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
Why would the Philippine government want to credibly commit to peace this time around?
Bringing Peace to the Philippines' Troubled South: The Bangsamoro Organic Law
Duterte’s Year of Sound and Fury
June 30, 2017
Duterte’s Year of Sound and Fury
One year after his inauguration, how is the Philippine president faring?
Duterte’s Year of Sound and Fury
Progress in the Philippine Peace Process Under Duterte
October 12, 2016
Progress in the Philippine Peace Process Under Duterte
The initiative is arguably a silver lining in the president's controversial tenure thus far.
Progress in the Philippine Peace Process Under Duterte
Elections in The Philippines: New Hope for Peace?
April 26, 2016
Elections in The Philippines: New Hope for Peace?
With campaigning well underway for the presidential election on May 9, a look at the implications for peace.
Elections in The Philippines: New Hope for Peace?
Philippines Captures Top Militant of Splinter Rebel Group
February 11, 2016
Philippines Captures Top Militant of Splinter Rebel Group
High-ranking leader Hasan Indal nabbed in a joint operation.
Philippines Captures Top Militant of Splinter Rebel Group
Violence in the Philippines Feared After Peace Deal Setback
February 05, 2016
Violence in the Philippines Feared After Peace Deal Setback
Congress fails to approve the Bangsamoro Basic Law, threatening to undermine a peace deal to end a decades-long insurgency.
Violence in the Philippines Feared After Peace Deal Setback
What Does the Death of the Philippines’ Top Islamic Militant Mean?
May 06, 2015
What Does the Death of the Philippines’ Top Islamic Militant Mean?
Will the death of a terrorist breathe life into an imperiled peace process?
What Does the Death of the Philippines’ Top Islamic Militant Mean?
Malaysian Peacekeepers Could Face Toughest Challenge Yet
March 04, 2015
Malaysian Peacekeepers Could Face Toughest Challenge Yet
The country’s armed forces chief signals rough road ahead for peace monitors.
Malaysian Peacekeepers Could Face Toughest Challenge Yet
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