Rappler's latest stories on PH-China ties
If elected senator, how will the former Marine captain prove that he can be the soldier of every Filipino?
'In my humble view, the ideal approach is for China to think of itself as the Big Uncle to many nephews in the family,' says Speaker Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
If we think the ultimate danger is native, Marcos-style authoritarianism, we really have not been looking. What we stand to lose this time is not just our freedom, but our sovereignty, our identity, our very soul as a nation
The Philippines calls itself a regional peacemaker after adopting positive neighborly relations with China
Despite its apparent benefits Duterte s policy has not generated any assurance that China will not impose itself and its pre emptive claim over waters and resources that legally pertain to the Philippines
President Duterte’s strategy of de emphasizing and compartmentalizing while not abandoning the territorial and maritime issues is a wise move that can pay off if done smartly
It took President Duterte to be frank and candid or to be more precise undiplomatic to get this far with the superpowers
I did not come here to agree to talk about the dispute the President tells reporters in Beijing
Why should this pivot to China come at the expense of our hard won victory at The Hague?
It s not independent because you move from one strong alliance to another strong alliance a foreign affairs analyst tells Rappler
You US are scheduled to hold war games again which China does not want I will serve notice to you now this will be the last military exercise says President Rodrigo Duterte in Hanoi
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