For the first time in its history, a Filipino warship, the BRP Davao Del Sur (LD-602), participated in the Russian Navy Day celebrations in Vladisvostok, Russia on Sunday.
Malacañang on Friday welcomed the result of a Pulse Asia survey, which noted the Filipinos’ distrust for China and Russia.
The Philippine Navy (PN) is eyeing the Scorpene diesel-electric submarine, made by French defense contractor Naval Group (formerly DCNS), as one of the possible submersible platforms for its submarine arm.
FBI Director Christopher Wray warned Tuesday that Russia continues to threaten US elections, 16 months before the next presidential polls.
Senate President Tito Sotto wants to make the spread of fake news in websites and social media platforms a crime.
UN ambassadors from 37 countries released a letter Friday defending China's treatment of Uighur and other minorities in the Xinjiang region, in direct response to Western criticism earlier this week.
Russian President Vladimir Putin arrives in Rome Thursday for a lightning visit including talks with the pope and Italy's populist government, which has called for an easing of sanctions despite Moscow's ongoing crisis with the West.
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg said Wednesday that a lack of action by US authorities on fake political content on the platform after the 2016 US election helped pave the way for a subsequent avalanche of online disinformation.
The Kremlin on Tuesday said Moscow had been the victim of US cyberattacks "for years" following a New York Times report that Washington is stepping up digital incursions into Russia's power grid.
United States Ambassador Sung Kim find its awesome that President Rodrigo Duterte has remained popular three years after his shock victory in the 2016 elections.
President Donald Trump on Friday sought to clarify his comments that he would accept dirt on election rivals from a foreign power, now saying he would "absolutely" report such an encounter to US authorities.
Social media giant Twitter on Thursday released a new archive of state-backed propaganda from accounts it has banned based in Iran, Russia, Spain and Venezuela.
Russia on Monday objected to a move by Ukraine to drag it before the world's oldest arbitration tribunal over access to coastal waters around annexed Crimea.
House Speaker Gloria Macapagal Arroyo has pushed for a labor agreement between the Philippine and Russian governments for the better protection of overseas Filipino workers in Russia.
President Rodrigo Duterte has assured the United States that the country's long standing alliance with it continues despite his tirades against the West.
China's Xi Jinping and Russia's Vladimir Putin hit back at US global economic dominance on Friday as they took the stage together at Russia's showcase business forum.
Russia and the United States on Friday accused each other of dangerous maneuvers after their naval ships came close to collision in the East China Sea.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday said the West was "crazy" for supporting an opposition leader in Venezuela over its president.
Chinese President Xi Jinping headed for Russia Wednesday to mark a new era of friendship and reinforce economic ties that had benefitted from Moscow's isolation from the West.
Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi vowed to build an inclusive India on Thursday after scoring a landslide election win that he hailed as the "biggest event in world democracy".
The US on Monday said it planned to beef up its Arctic presence to keep Russia's and China's "aggressive behaviour" in check in the resource-rich region.
Facebook on Monday said it removed more pages, groups and accounts that originated in Russia and were being deceptive about who was behind them and what they were up to.
A blogger behind massively popular social media accounts that skewer the Kremlin and life in modern Russia has revealed his identity.