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Duterte Gambles With the Philippines' Economy
October 24, 2016

Duterte Gambles With the Philippines' Economy

By Anthony Fensom
What are the economic implications of Duterte's pivot toward China, and away from the U.S.?
Is Duterte Playing Hard to Get?
October 24, 2016

Is Duterte Playing Hard to Get?

By Matthew J. Strabone
Has the Philippines president made a real shift in foreign policy, or is his rhetoric a negotiating tactic?

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte Meets Xi Jinping: First Takeaways
October 21, 2016

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte Meets Xi Jinping: First Takeaways

By Ankit Panda
Rodrigo Duterte's first meeting with his Chinese counterpart suggests bilateral rapprochement on a range of issues.

Is Duterte ‘Nation-Building’ in the Philippines?
October 11, 2016

Is Duterte ‘Nation-Building’ in the Philippines?

By Balázs Áron Kovács and Tony Lynch
Whether his efforts to use simplified history and us-versus-them narratives is a good way to build a nation is another question.

Will Duterte's Loose Lips Sink the US-Philippines Alliance?
September 09, 2016

Will Duterte's Loose Lips Sink the US-Philippines Alliance?

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
The Diplomat's Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss the U.S.-Philippines relationship.
The Surprising New Challenge for the US in the South China Sea
September 09, 2016

The Surprising New Challenge for the US in the South China Sea

By Mohamed Zeeshan
Washington's headache in the South China increasingly includes one of its own allies.

Obama Cancels Scheduled Meeting With Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte
September 06, 2016

Obama Cancels Scheduled Meeting With Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte

By Ankit Panda
The meeting would have been the first between the two leaders since Duterte's inauguration.
The US-China Perception Gap in the South China Sea
August 19, 2016

The US-China Perception Gap in the South China Sea

By David J. Firestein
The United States and China perceive the South China Sea issue in starkly different terms.

Asia’s Double Nightmare: Brexit and President Trump
August 17, 2016

Asia’s Double Nightmare: Brexit and President Trump

By Anthony Fensom
After the economic shock of Brexit, Asia can ill afford Trump's protectionism.

As South China Sea Verdict Nears, Washington Must Stand with Manila
June 09, 2016

As South China Sea Verdict Nears, Washington Must Stand with Manila

By J. Randy Forbes
As the Permanent Court of Arbitration nears a historic verdict, Washington must stand with Manila.

Is China Winning in the South China Sea?
June 01, 2016

Is China Winning in the South China Sea?

By Philip Reynolds
What if the U.S. is playing right into China's hands with military maneuvering in the South China Sea?
U.S. Credibility in the South China Sea
May 03, 2016

U.S. Credibility in the South China Sea

By William G. Frasure
China’s growing presence in the South China Sea is raising doubts about the U.S. policy there.

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