The new Asian Tiger can cope
Bernardo Villegas | 18 November 2013 |
tags: Philippines, Typhoon Haiyan
The Philippines is no longer a basket case. It will bounce back after Typhoon Haiyan.
A tale of two survivors
Charly Holganza | 14 November 2013 |
A Philippine Air Force officer swept away by Typhoon Haiyan floated in rough seas for six hours with a 7-year-old boy.
A perfect storm of corruption and neglect
Doracie Zoleta-Nantes | 13 November 2013 |
Politicians are responsible for grievous neglect of disaster risk reduction in the Philippines.
Helping the Philippines recover from typhoon devastation
Michael Toole | 12 November 2013 |
tags: disaster relief, Philippines, public health
Aid will be welcome, but the most effective disaster response will be provided by the locals.
Working abroad, supporting the family at home
Vincenzina Santoro | 22 February 2013 |
tags: migrant workers, Philippines, remittances
Emigrants’ remittances are at the core of poverty alleviation in many developing countries.
Population imperialists show their hand in Manila
Francisco S. Tatad | 03 December 2012 |
International heavyweights and Philippine business interests unite in a desperate bid to get a highly controversial bill passed.
Can the Philippines keep AIDS at bay if it embraces condom culture?
Angelo S. Porciuncula and Oliver M. Tuazon | 05 March 2012 |
tags: birth control, HIVAIDS, Philippines
The advance of AIDS in the Philippines has been "low and slow", but birth control ideology could unleash a full-blown epidemic.
Philippines population bill speaks with forked tongue
Anna Halpine | 03 December 2010 |
Who really believes women’s reproductive health is the main concern in House Bill 96?
Philippines elections 2010: automated fraud?
Rosa Linda Valenzona | 06 June 2010 |
tags: electronic voting, Philippines
United States voters worried about electronic voting should pay close attention to the recent Philippines elections.
Sheila Coronel | 04 August 2009 |
tags: Cory Aquino, heroes, Philippines
Cory Aquino inspired others around the world to struggle against tyranny when she became the first woman to lead the Philippines.
The Filipino front in the culture wars
Rosa Linda Valenzona | 21 October 2008 |
The heavyweights of the global reproductive health agenda are making an all-out bid to displace the church as the conscience of the Philippines.
The thorny issue of politicians and conscience
John A. Gueguen, Jr | 10 June 2005 |
tags: abortion, conscience, Philippines, politicians
Last year's presidential campaign saw many Catholic politicians tiptoeing through a minefield of moral issues. Could it happen again?