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about 3 months ago

Exactly a year ago today, the country won its arbitration case against Beijing over the disputed territories at the South China Sea.

about 3 months ago

It has been a year since the country won a landmark maritime arbitration case against China. Some of the people behind that case now call on the government to carry out the decision, but this does not mean going to war.

about 5 months ago

The Philippines, as ASEAN chair should hold off from mentioning the arbitral ruling for now, and capitalize on warmer relations with China, says a former ASEAN envoy.

about 6 months ago

The arbitral ruling on the South China Sea favoring the Philippines won't be taken up during the bilateral talks with China in May.

about 6 months ago

A week after saying he planned to go to the Pag-asa island, President Rodrigo Duterte said on Thursday that he would no longer push through with the visit to preserve good relations with China.

about 6 months ago

President Rodrigo Duterte tells China to relax after he ordered the military to "occupy" nine islands in the West Philippine Sea, saying he is only asserting the country's ownership of the Kalayaan Group of Islands. But for a maritime law expert, Duterte's recent pronouncements raise serious concerns.

about 6 months ago

Meanwhile, the DFA says there has been much progress in the drafting of a framework for the code of conduct in an even more contentious body of water - the South China Sea.

about 6 months ago

President Rodrigo Duterte said he believes China will honor its word not to build structures on the disputed Panatag (Scarborough) Shoal in the West Philippine Sea.

about 6 months ago

The Foreign Affairs Department says the government is ready to protect national interest "if necessary."

about 7 months ago

Magdalo Party-List is considering filing a supplemental complaint against President Rodrigo Duterte for "being subservient to China."