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#TodayInPolitics (July 4, 1946) Philippine-American Friendship Day

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Stephen Roan
Stephen Matthew S. Roan is a Global Affairs Columnist at Politixxx Today. He previously served as Editor-in-Chief of The Bedan Roar, the official student publication of San Beda University-Rizal SHS. He was also a former Vice-President of the Bedan Model United Nations and a Student Council Board Member. With a keen interest in global politics and affairs, and as an advocate for the Sustainable Development Goals, he is now part of a youth-led network in the Asia-Pacific - the 2030 Youth Force in the Philippines - which helps realize the 2030 Agenda. He is also pursuing his undergraduate studies at De La Salle University-Manila under the Bachelor of Arts in International Studies Major in American Studies degree program. You may reach him through his email: stephenmatthewroan@yahoo.com.

Today, in 1946, the Philippines regained its independence as a new republic. The Treaty of Manila was signed which granted the Philippines its independence from the United States with Manuel Roxas as the first president of the newly independent country. This day is also recognized as the Republic Day and Philippine-American Friendship Day in commemoration of the restoration of the Philippine Republic. Following the Philippines’ independence from the United States, the two countries would maintain a special relationship with the Philippines being one of the major allies of the United States. July 4 also commemorates the independence day of both the United States (from Great Britain in 1776) and the Philippines (from the United States in 1946).

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