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Rodrigo Duterte is leading a new kind of dictatorship
The Philippines is Asia’s oldest democracy, but for generations, its democratic mechanisms have been hijacked by those seeking to impose their will.
The Globe and Mail | December 08, 2018
Southeast Asians will regret giving up political rights for affluence
Young people offer best hope of challenging region's Faustian bargain
Nikkei Asian Review | November 23, 2018
The Wrong Way to Fight a Drug War
The Philippines has undertaken a brutal battle against “shabu,” or crystal methamphetamine. But the government needs to go after another target entirely.
The New York Times | August 08, 2018