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Japanese Fighter Jets Visit Philippines for First Time Since 1945
December 08, 2022

Japanese Fighter Jets Visit Philippines for First Time Since 1945

By Sebastian Strangio
The two F-15s took part in a two-week exchange between the Japanese Air Self-Defense Force and the Philippine Air Force.

Kamala Harris Says US Commitment to Philippines ‘Unwavering’
November 22, 2022

Kamala Harris Says US Commitment to Philippines ‘Unwavering’

By Sebastian Strangio
The U.S. vice president's visit to the Philippines has seemingly closed the book on the problems and tensions of the Rodrigo Duterte era.
Marcos, Biden Meet on Sidelines of UN General Assembly
September 23, 2022

Marcos, Biden Meet on Sidelines of UN General Assembly

By Sebastian Strangio
The two leaders committed to strengthening a strategic partnership that both view as vital in an era of renascent Chinese power.

How Will Marcos Shape the US-Philippines Alliance within Manila’s Evolving Security Outlook?
August 24, 2022

How Will Marcos Shape the US-Philippines Alliance within Manila’s Evolving Security Outlook?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The trajectory of the alliance will be contingent upon the management of structural challenges, and how Manila keeps pace with changing regional and global realities.

Marcos Jr. is Steering the Philippines Towards a Foreign Policy Reset
June 29, 2022

Marcos Jr. is Steering the Philippines Towards a Foreign Policy Reset

By Richard Javad Heydarian
The president-elect has sent clear signals that he doesn’t want to be too dependent on the U.S. – nor wind up too cozy with China.

US, Philippines Set to Reinforce Threatened Defense Accord
July 23, 2021

US, Philippines Set to Reinforce Threatened Defense Accord

By Sebastian Strangio
Both nations have a strong incentive to maintain the pact, but next year's election could complicate matters.

China Just Botched a Monumental Opportunity With the Philippines
June 18, 2020

China Just Botched a Monumental Opportunity With the Philippines

By Derek Grossman
Did China miss its shot at the U.S.-Philippines Visiting Forces Agreement?
The Philippines Moves to End US Visiting Forces Agreement: What Happens Next?
February 13, 2020

The Philippines Moves to End US Visiting Forces Agreement: What Happens Next?

By Ankit Panda
The decision has kicked off a 180-day countdown that may be used for renegotiation.

Top US Asia Diplomat to Visit Japan, Philippines, South Korea, and Thailand in First Overseas Trip
July 10, 2019

Top US Asia Diplomat to Visit Japan, Philippines, South Korea, and Thailand in First Overseas Trip

By Ankit Panda
David R. Stilwell, the new U.S. assistant secretary for East Asia and the Pacific, is off to the region in his first trip.

How to Reinvigorate the US-Philippine Alliance
May 01, 2019

How to Reinvigorate the US-Philippine Alliance

By Jay L. Batongbacal
The time is ripe for both sides to modernize their longstanding partnership.

US, Philippine Air Forces Conduct Bilateral Air Contingent Exchange Amid Uncertainties
February 07, 2019

US, Philippine Air Forces Conduct Bilateral Air Contingent Exchange Amid Uncertainties

By Christian Vicedo
The exercise highlights how the US-Philippines alliance soldiers on, even amid major tensions.
For Whom the Balangiga Bells Toll
December 21, 2018

For Whom the Balangiga Bells Toll

By Melchizedek Maquiso
The return of three church bells, longtime U.S. trophies of war, is a unique opportunity for U.S.-Philippine relations.

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