De La Salle University political science professor Richard Heydarian poked fun at the commotion caused by a Filipino blogger at the sidelines of the ASEAN Summit in Manila by "offering" one of his interviews with the BBC.
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What's up with the Philippines' new allies?
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President Rodrigo Duterte's pursuit of an independent foreign policy-- which entails turning to newfound friends Russia and China for help instead of the United States-- may take a u-turn in light of the ongoing crisis in Marawi City, De La…
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The government's decision to shun around $280 million in grants from the European Union (EU) is nothing short of a "drastic" move considering that the bloc has increased the aid it provided to the Philippines since 2015, De La Salle…
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The Philippines has become the “beneficiary” of a bidding war between Asian superpowers Japan and China after President Rodrigo Duterte made a dramatic shift in foreign policy and started to move away from the United States, De La Salle…
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Discipline isn’t the only trait the Duterte administration needs to instil in Filipinos if it wants the country to be the next Singapore, De La Salle University (DLSU) political science professor Richard Heydarian said.