Guerilla Incursions from the Boondocks: “Anti-Americanism” in the Philippines. President Duterte’s Subaltern Counter-Hegemony

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By E. San Juan Jr.   “A howling wilderness” was what General Jacob Smith ordered his troops to make of Samar, Philippines. He was taking revenge...

Will Improved US-Russia Relations Follow Trump’s Electoral Triumph? “Will Putin Become my New Best...

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By Stephen Lendman “I think I’d get along very well with Vladimir Putin. I just think so.” The greatest risk of a Hillary electoral triumph was...

Reaping the Whirlwind: Kerry, al-Nusra, Russia and Syria

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By Gary Leupp On 2017, the UNSC will convene for the resolution of the Syrian conflict with the aim of saving Syria and its people...

Russia’s Red Line

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From the Editors The United States air force attacked the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) troops last month killing 62 soldiers. The attack continued for nearly...

Is the Russian Economy Finally Tilting East?

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By Vladimir Popov It may well be that in the next decades, with the benefit of hindsight, it will be only too obvious how Russia...

Race and Imperialism

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From the Editors   The South China Sea, Libya again, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Turkey; terror attacks in Europe, America, Africa and even Australia. Media headlines offer...

Time for Reset and Realism in the South China Sea

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By Dan Steinbock After the South China Sea arbitration ruling, uncertainty and friction may increase in the region. However, the economic promise of China’s rise...

Reflections on the Post-Aquino Philippine-China Relations: Taking into Account the Realities of Geopolitics

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By Renato Cruz De Castro This article examines how the Philippines challenged China’s expansive maritime claim in the South China Sea during President Aquino’s term...

Philippines 2016: Navigating Between the US and China

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By Dan Steinbock               In the past six years, Washington and Manila have been cementing a military alliance, which is reassuring to many Filipinos but leaves...

Asia Won’t Be Spared from the Brexit Waves

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By Dan Steinbock Amid secular stagnation, Europe’s challenges have increased dramatically in the past few years, while new risks – particularly Brexit – have...

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