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about 1 month 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 3 months 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 4 months ago

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

about 7 months ago

An SWS survey conducted June 24-27 showed 51 percent of Filipinos expressed "little trust" in China, bringing China's net trust rating to -24, or "poor." This is an improvement from the -37, or “bad” rating that China got in April. The survey was taken before the July 12 Arbitral Tribunal decision favoring the Philippines against China in the South China Sea dispute.

about 7 months ago

Though the Philippines won the arbitration case against China, foreign relations and international law experts are telling Filipinos not to provoke strong reactions from the Chinese by sailing into disputed waters until the two countries have sorted out their differences.

about 7 months ago

It is a shallow reef. It cannot even support life. But Scarborough Shoal, locally called Panatag Shoal, is a source of friction between Manila and Beijing. And it happened again when Chinese ships drove away Filipino fishermen from the area.

about 7 months ago

Mga Pilipinong mangingisda, masama ang loob sa patuloy na pagtaboy sa kanila ng Chinese coast guard sa kabila ng pagkapanalo ng bansa sa arbitration case.

about 7 months ago

For experts, fishermen should not venture to Scarborough Shoal until Manila and Beijing sit down and talk. Legal minds believe it will take a while before the issue is finally resolved.

about 7 months ago

For the first time since The Hague court ruled in favor of the Philippines, President Rodrigo Duterte talks about the maritime dispute with China. His plan? Get former President Fidel V. Ramos to begin one-on-one talks.

about 7 months ago

The Duterte administration is moving with caution after The Hague ruling. President Rodrigo Duterte reveals he is tapping former President Fidel V. Ramos to begin talks with China.