Philippines

Duterte hits back at Catholic Church after clerics tried to undermine drug war

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The Duterte Revolution: The President of Philippines considers further reforms

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Philippines President Duterte pushes for historic peace settlement in Moro conflict

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Political changes in Cambodia should make the US nervous about its Vietnam policy

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President Duterte’s South China Sea agreements represent the new model for cooperation in South East Asia

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ASEAN, China move closer on South China Sea conflict resolution

China and ASEAN have for years been discussing a code of conduct in the South China Sea, but now they are closer than ever on a unified document [Xinhua]
The question of territorial rights in the South China Sea has taken center stage at the 20th China-ASEAN (10+1) leaders’ meeting hosted by the Philippine capital Manila, as it has in recent years.
But China is slowly making headway with its neighbors to resolve outstanding territorial disputes over access to the strategic body of water that straddles, Vietnam, Laos, Japan, Philippines and China.