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IN FOCUS: What can Filipino progressives learn from Lula’s re-election and Bolsonaro’s defeat in Brazil?

Brazil’s 2022 Presidential Election is one of the most polarizing and divisive elections in recent history. It stirred some of the biggest controversies between...

EXPLAINER: Factors that Led to Sri Lanka’s Economic Collapse and What This Means for Philippines & the World

Social, political, and economic conditions in the island-state of Sri Lanka have grown increasingly difficult since 2019. Levels of inflation have started drastically plummeting,...

Tensions Explained: 10 Things to Know About The Russia-Ukraine Dispute

The world awaits how the dispute between Russia and Ukraine plays out. The two countries have been the source of headache for Western countries in...

#TodayInHistory: The 20th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks- The Day America Turned Upside Down

20 years ago today, the September 11 attacks surprised the world as four hijacked commercial planes crashed to the World Trade Center Towers, US...

EXPLAINER: What happened to Afghanistan? Specter of Taliban Returns & the 20-year US’ War on Terror

After 20 years of war and spending an estimated $2.2 trillion, the United States brings its troops back home ending the longest...


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Mandatory ROTC: Why Was It Abolished and Why Revive Now?

Vice President-Elect Sara Duterte hopes that Congress will prioritize taking up a bill re-mandating the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) for Filipinos aged 18...

[YOUTH SPEAK] How should the youth pick their leaders?

The situation in the Philippines is getting dire every day, not just economically and socially, but also politically. Cries and grievances of those, who are...

A Handy Guide for First-Time Voters

The elections will be administered in just a few weeks – on May 9, to be exact – and first-time voters may feel a...


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