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Christmas homecoming

(Part II) THE CHRISTMAS trip began with a comfortable and relaxing car ride from General Santos City to Davao airport...

Christmas homecoming

FOR “sentimental fools” like me, the most exciting part about Christmas is visiting home. Home is naturally Bohol - my birth place. It’s been...

ASEAN Issues

ASEAN is facing several issues at present but I would like to highlight on 3 for this article: human rights; territorial disputes; and...

Conflict intervention among Southeast Asian States

FROM THE year 1963-1966, Indonesian President Sukarno declared Konfrontasi (Confrontation) against the Federation of Malaya to oppose the formation of the Federation of Malaysia consisting...

The concept of Non-Traditional Security

THE CONCEPT of Non-Traditional Security (NTS) in Southeast Asia revolves around such crucial challenges and issues as climate change, resources scarcity, infectious diseases, natural...

The state of Southeast Asian regionalism

(A collaborative essay by Danielle Renee M. Nacpil, Ijy James Lomibao, and this columnist.) INITIALLY built upon the notion of withstanding the...

ASEAN Community-building

SECURITY, political, and economic factors facilitate the building of a strong Southeast Asian community. Scholar Vincent Pollard said, “The...

Revisiting Philippine history

WE ARE NOW tackling historical, colonial, and nationalist experiences of Southeast Asia and naturally one has to revisit history through the eyes of scholars....

The ASEAN Political-Security Community Blueprint 2025 (2nd of 2 parts)

I WOULD like to correct myself by saying that the Blueprint braces (instead of lays) the foundation for international relations particularly ASEAN’s strong relations...

The ASEAN Political and Security Community Blueprint 2025 (1st of 2 parts)

THE ASEAN Political and Security Community (APSC) is one of three pillars of the ASEAN Community. The two others are the ASEAN Economic Community...

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