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about 3 months ago

Its been two years since an international arbitral tribunal recognized the country's rights over some disputed areas in the South China Sea. A new survey shows majority of Filipinos want the government to assert this privilege over the West Philippine Sea.

about 3 months ago

What a way to mark the second anniversary of a Philippine victory at the international arbitral tribunal which recognized the country's rights over disputed areas in the South China Sea. Metro Manila woke up to tarps prominently displayed on pedestrian overpasses in at least three major roads.

about 3 months ago

The Vice President wants the country to use its ties with neighboring countries.

about 3 months ago

The second week of July marks the country's historic victory at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague against China's claims in the West Philippines Sea. Is there still something to celebrate?

about 10 months ago

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque however notes, that the Hague arbitral ruling may not be mentioned in the code of conduct.

about 1 year ago

Chinese Foreign Minister hails "renewed friendship" with the Philippines even as China continues to build structures on Philippine claims to the South China Sea

about 1 year ago

President Rodrigo Duterte says now is the most opportune time for the country to ramp up trade with China as relationship between Manila and Beijing is at its peak.

about 1 year ago

According to a law expert, President Rodrigo Duterte should assert the United Nations arbitral ruling on the South China Sea — before it's too late.

about 1 year ago

Presidential Spokesperson Ernie Abella says there's no formal agreement between the Philippines and China regarding fishing rights in the disputed Panatag or Scarborough Shoal, but the fact is that Filipinos are allowed in the area — for now.

about 2 years ago

Historic — this is how Chinese Ambassador Zhao Jianhua describes the upcoming state visit of President Rodrigo Duterte to his country.