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  These thoughts are being written on the weekend prior to the President’s final State of the Nation Address (SONA)—thus purely speculative. By the time the reader reads this, s/he […]

A prelude to the President’s final SONA

  These thoughts are being written on the weekend prior to the President’s final State of the Nation Address (SONA)—thus purely speculative. By the time the reader reads this, s/he […]

  We have heard more about Greece during the month of July than we usually hear in a year. First there were deadlines—and missed deadlines—with bellicose rhetoric and posturing from […]

The Greek crisis and its impact on the Philippines

  We have heard more about Greece during the month of July than we usually hear in a year. First there were deadlines—and missed deadlines—with bellicose rhetoric and posturing from […]

  Without doubt, the poorest and most marginalized communities in the Philippines are the Indigenous Peoples, or IPs, often referred to by the Cebuano word lumad. IPs, according to the […]

Manobo youth in crisis

  Without doubt, the poorest and most marginalized communities in the Philippines are the Indigenous Peoples, or IPs, often referred to by the Cebuano word lumad. IPs, according to the […]

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