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A Dream Deferred? Manila Renews the Visiting Forces Agreement With the U.S. – BRI vs. B3W
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A Dream Deferred? Manila Renews the Visiting Forces Agreement With the U.S. – BRI vs. B3W
August 5, 2021

The renewed VFA may be among the last that the Philippines signs, because the U.S. may not desire to sustain a presence as a part of its regional policy, Joaquin Flores writes.

Hammer and Scorecard: Big Tech’s Drive to End Democracy
November 13, 2020

Matthew Ehret establishes the essentials of the technical side of the vote fraud which has occurred both in the USA and internationally

Hammer and Scorecard: Big Tech’s Drive to End Democracy
World
David vs. Goliath: How Poorer Nations Can Fight for Their Interests
Society
David vs. Goliath: How Poorer Nations Can Fight for Their Interests
May 4, 2020

The sling that is needed to deal with the global Goliath is Soft Power, it is simply cheaper and more manageable by smaller nations and their leadership.

China Quietly Filling U.S. Vacuum in the Philippines
March 11, 2020

As President Rodrigo Duterte moves to boot US troops from Philippine soil through the cancellation of a key defense pact, China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) is quietly moving in to take their place.

China Quietly Filling U.S. Vacuum in the Philippines
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Philippine Patriots Say ‘No to WWIII’ and ‘Yes to the New Silk Road’
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Philippine Patriots Say ‘No to WWIII’ and ‘Yes to the New Silk Road’
February 23, 2020

As long as true economic development and long-term thinking drives all discussion of bilateral relationships, then a new age of peace and cooperation for all nations under a multipolar world order may yet occur.

The Philippines Want the U.S. Out and They Are Not Alone
February 15, 2020

The pawns of the Grand Chessboard are starting to move much more boldly – in an unpredicted by the punditry decision the Philippines have asked U.S. forces to leave their islands indefinitely.

The Philippines Want the U.S. Out and They Are Not Alone
World
Remembering America’s First (and Longest) Forgotten War on Tribal Islamists
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Remembering America’s First (and Longest) Forgotten War on Tribal Islamists
December 22, 2019

As in Vietnam and later Afghanistan, the generals leading the Moro War perennially assured the public that progress was being made, that victory was imminent.

Asian Economies May Gain Most From ‘Bolton Effect’
September 14, 2019

Even on Trump’s island of misfit toys, Bolton was a particular standout for the way he made the world a riskier place. His departure is the best news Asia’s economies have received in quite some time.

Asian Economies May Gain Most From ‘Bolton Effect’
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