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about 8 months ago

The United States will build more facilities inside five military bases in the country. While this move may enrage China, an analyst said this may be good for the Philippines.

about 8 months ago

With the United States under a new administration, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said President Duterte is not cancelling military exercises and agreements, such as EDCA, with the country's ally.

about 11 months ago

Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana says the President approved recommendations to be presented to the U.S. in an upcoming meeting this month.

about 1 year ago

The Philippine Amphibious Landing Exercise or PHIBLEX, now on its 33rd edition, formally opens today. In his recent speeches, President Duterte referred to this as the last joint war-games with the U-S under his watch.

about 1 year ago

The Philippines still counts on the military support of the United States in its fight against the Abu Sayyaf in the south, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said Tuesday.

about 1 year ago

In a speech in Bacolod on Sunday, the President threatened to stop the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement. Mister Duterte said-- the document was not signed by former President Noynoy Aquino. Does the EDCA deal really need to bear a President's signature?

about 1 year ago

It’s not all about the South China Sea dispute, U.S. State Secretary John Kerry says.

about 1 year ago

The United States expects to maintain its strong security relationship with the Philippines, including a recent accord on the rotational stationing of U.S. forces, U.S. officials said on Thursday, despite signals from the incoming Philippine president that he will chart a more independent course.

about 1 year ago

U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced on Thursday (April 14) that U.S. forces will have a "regular presence" in the Philippines and that the two countries have started joint patrols in the disputed South China Sea.

about 1 year ago

United States Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter arrived in Manila early evening of Wednesday (April 13) to personally observe the ongoing joint military exercises between the Philippines and the U.S.