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2018/10/13 | Global Voices
PHILIPPINES: Meet 'Gabbie,' a Chatbot Helping Sexual Harassment Victims
The chatbot helps women report sexual harassment, but it depends on Facebook to secure private chats.
2018/08/06 | 讀者投書
OPINION: Time for Taiwan to Modernize Its Views on Migrant Workers
Taiwan is a major employer of Southeast Asian migrant workers. We spoke with Archie, who has toiled in a factory for six years, and found a man not in the least bit deserving of the scorn and vitriol so often directed towards foreign workers in Taiwan.
2018/07/17 | TNL Staff
PHILIPPINES: A 5 Step Guide to Becoming a Communist Guerrilla
Interested in joining the armed wing of the Communist Party of the Philippines? A millennial shares some inside observations to help you decide whether you have what it takes.
2018/07/10 | Coco Dollanganger
PHILIPPINES: Is the #BabaeAko Movement Really About Duterte?
The #BabaeAko movement grew out of anger with the misogyny of President Duterte - or so we thought. Many Filipino women resent efforts to politicize their struggle for equality.
2018/07/09 | Michael Beltran
The Duterte Doublespeak: Exploring the Philippine President’s Long List of Lies
From backpedaling on promises to resign to ceding ground against China, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is becoming known for playing fast and loose with the truth.
2018/06/22 | East Asia Forum
OPINION: US South China Sea Saber-rattling Stokes China Conflict Danger
Objectivity, fairness and balance are increasingly hard to find in analysis of China’s actions in the South China Sea.​​​​​​​
2018/02/03 | Ronald D. Holmes
OPINION: Duterte: Destabilizing, Explosive and Popular at Home
It's a bubbling economy and improvements in quality of life that give Duterte the support he needs to effectively silence his critics.
2018/01/25 | Wendy Chang
FILM REVIEW: 'Kontrata' Decries Human Cost of Contract Labor
A piece of fiction from Mayday Multimedia raises questions about the destinies of over-educated contract workers in the Philippines and around the world.
Shifting Alliances Leave Vietnam Lonesome in South China Sea
Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte's pivot to China and standoffishness towards Hanoi has left Vietnam isolated in the South China Sea.
2017/10/26 | Michael Beltran
Meet Ka Inday: Activist, Warrior and Defender of San Roque
Estrelieta “Ka Inday” Bagasbas has lived a storied life, but it is for her passionate activism in defense of the urban poor in San Roque, a community in the Quezon City area of Metro Manila, for which neighbors and fellow residents are truly thankful.
2017/10/12 | Stellina Chen
CARTOON: ROC or PRC? Philippines Apologizes for Logo Misuse
The Philippines accidentally ran the risk of hurting the feelings of the Chinese people by using Taiwan's Ministry of Defense logo at an event to celebrate warming ties between the Philippines and China.
2017/09/15 | Sidney Jones
The Danger of a Revitalized Insurgency in the Philippines
Addressing security concerns without undue militarization is going to be tricky...
2017/08/25 | Zachary Abuza
The Fall and Rise of Jihadism in Southeast Asia
The loss of the IS caliphate has led to a shift in attention back to the domestic enemy in Southeast Asia.