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Is Philippine Democracy Dying?

Monumento ni Andr�s Bonifacio in, Caloocan City commemorates the founder of the Katipunan. Bonifacio exemplifies the indomitable spirit of freedom-loving Filipinos. Photo: Pampangatalents.com & philnews.com n their latest New York Times Bestselling book How Democracies Die, Harvard University political science ...

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Philippines Should Steer Clear of China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ Trap

China’s One Belt One Road initiative (OBOR). Photo: defenceaviationpost.com s Philippine President Rodrigo Dutete finally coming around to the realization that Communist China is not really our friend? A recent article by Richard Javad Heydarian in the Asia Times that ...

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Sorry, We Are Just Not Buying It Mister President

“I am thinking of stepping down because I’m tired." Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte. AP photo hilippine President Rodrigo Duterte should stop all this talk about quitting or stepping down before his term is up. It just makes him appear disingenuous. ...

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The Danger of Trump’s Fake News, on the Philippines

[unable to retrieve full-text content] U.S. President Donald Trump has been a relentless critic of the press even before he became president. During his campaign, Trump railed against the media and popularized the term “fake news”… Philippine NewsLink: www.philnews.com

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Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Is Back … Brace Yourselves!

President Rodrigo Duterte and new Speaker of the House of Representatives, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. Photo: Robinson Ni�al Jr. t was not that long ago that disgraced former president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo was busy cooling her heels at the Philippine Veterans Memorial ...

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How Deeply Has China Infiltrated the Philippines?

President Rodrigo Duterte at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing Photo: Reuters/Wu Hong n late May of 2005, Chen Yonglin, a young, up-and-coming, junior diplomat assigned to the Chinese consulate in Sidney, Australia defected. Chen asked Australian authorities ...

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True Catholics Must Take an Uncompromising Stand

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte. Photo: INQ File/Ariel Endaya hat Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is a demon disguised as a human being, who brings out the worst in people leading to the ruin of their souls, is a subject of much ...

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Duterte Should Work Towards China Accepting the Tribunal’s Decision

President Rodrigo Duterte. CNN file photo here are those who say that the Philippines never misses an opportunity, to miss an opportunity. Sadly, there may be some truth to that statement. After WWII, the country appeared poised to take the ...

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Demonic Forces Engulfing the Philippines — Duterte Should Resign

President Rodrigo Duterte with his police and military officers. Photo: Inquirer photo  (Note: The following article came out in the Inquirer barely 3 1/2 months after Rodrigo Duterte sat in office as President of the Philippines. The author had immediately ...

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Is Siding with China Instead of America a Smart Move by Duterte?

Graphic of American and Chinese flags superimposed. Photo: www.nationofchange.org iven the United States’ diminished influence in world affairs and China’s growing power, especially in the Asia-Pacific region, was it wise for Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte choose China over the U.S. ...

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