THE teaching in the educational system of Martial Law as an aspect of Philippine history has not been particularly effective and is fraught with difficulties.Read more
DEVELOPMENTS in two vital national concerns have been among the points of interest in the first 50 days of the administration of President Rody Duterte: the planned burial of deposed dictator Ferdinand E.Read more
THE armed conflict involving the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the New People’s Army (NPA) is on its 47th year.Read more
WE FILIPINOS have to avoid the traps of simplistic conclusions and retake responsibility for the narrative about drug addiction in the country.Read more
IN HIS first State of the Nation Address (Sona) among the memorable lines that President Rodrigo Duterte said was, “human rights must work to uplift human dignity.Read more
ARTIST and musician Gauss Obenza who hails from Davao first publicly performed her composition "Day, Asa Ka" during the June 24 National Women's Summit 2016 convened in Davao City by Gabriela, Gabriela Women's Party, Gabriela Youth and the CenterRead more
I HAD the good fortune of being invited back to moderate the Public Forum of the Mindanao Peacebuilding Institute (MPI) 2016 last May 21.
Annually organized by the foundation bearing the same name, this year’s MPI was on its 17th run.Read more