Rappler's latest stories on political science
Philippine leaders and world affairs
We are unable to see the relevance of political sciences as a powerful source of expert policy advice Hopefully leaders heed advice from those who actually know
Carbon plans deeply inadequate, climate study warns
United States European Union and China are responsible for nearly half the world s emissions
#PHVote: May 12 forum to define 'The Leader I Want'
UPDATED On May 12 2015 Rappler together with top Philippine academic universities is organizing a forum on leadership that aims to define the qualities of leadership critical for the country s next generation of leaders
Is our generation anti-political?
Between our personal dilemmas and a society that is fundamentally unjust there is a need to forge a vision for the future that inspires real action
Leadership and partisanship
What we so direly need is a legal rational leadership – and this can happen only if we start thinking long term and systemic
UP Diliman prof attacked, robbed on campus
Political science faculty member Perlita Frago was attacked at around 4:30 pm October 17 before she could even get inside her car parked across Palma Hall
Arab Spring will take time to flower - analysts
The so called Arab Spring of 2011 will take time to mature analysts say warning that the process will be chaotic
PH not ready for the party list?
The intent was very nice from the start but my sense is that the implementation was done not very effectively
Crackdown on Weibo accounts of Chinese activists, bloggers
China s new rules are making it possible for the accounts of bloggers and activists on Weibo to be shut down
Turmoil, transition, triumph: The world in 2012
In the world stage 2012 will be remembered not just for its chaos and change but also for reminding the human race that it can emerge victorious against all odds
'Keys' predict Obama win, but is he a lock in 2012?
Obama s reelection a sure thing if pattern recognition model of US professor is to be believed