Rodrigo Duterte

羅德里戈·「羅迪」·呂·杜特蒂(英語:Rodrigo "Rody" Roa Duterte,1945年3月28日-),菲律賓律師、政治人物,宿霧省人,現任菲律賓總統。 --來自 維基百科


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2018/07/24 | Nick Aspinwall

Ignored in Duterte's SONA, Mindanao's Lumads Vow to Defend Ancestral Lands

Ignored by President Duterte in his State of the Nation Address, Mindanao's Lumads continue to feel victimized by martial law, extrajudicial killings, and forced displacement, but will not stop defending their ancestral lands.

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.

2018/06/14 | Michael Beltran

A Gospel for the Barrios: The Philippines' Unshakable Sister Patricia Fox

The Australian nun's story of state-led persecution at the hands of the president himself throws into sharp relief what it means to be a missionary and a Filipino.

2018/04/20 | Policy Forum

Here's How the Philippines Could Prevent Another Marawi Seige

The Philippines' military, politicians and civil society must learn lessons from the Islamist attack that laid bloody siege to the city of Marawi, writes Joseph Franco.

2018/03/08 | Michael Beltran

Philippine Government Contemplates a Cha-cha with the Devil

Proposed constitutional changes could pave the way for a return to dictatorship in the Philippines and remove provisions aimed at safeguarding the country's integrity

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.

2017/11/09 | Hal Hill

Despite Duterte’s Bluster, the Philippines Continues to Profit

The economy of the Philippines remains strong despite violence and unpredictability — it has not experienced a financial crisis since 2002. Can the markets continue to remain detached amid political upheaval?

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.

2017/10/17 | Lucio Blanco Pitlo III

Philippines Foreign Policy under President Duterte

Philippines foreign policy under President Duterte has strengthened relations with Japan and appeared to tack away from the U.S., but the reality is more nuanced.

2017/10/15 | Kelly Gerard

Towards Solving ASEAN's Gender Inequality Problems

There are deep structural flaws within ASEAN's approach to addressing gender inequalities, not least a focus on women's economic empowerment over more nuanced, collective strategies. The challenge is developing holistic and effective approaches that make the most of increased funding in Southeast Asia.

2017/09/28 | Michael Beltran

5 Signs the Philippines is Drifting Toward Dictatorship

Filipinos are accustomed to chaotic periods in politics, but the killings of several young boys by police brought tens of thousands of protesters onto the streets. As tension between Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte and the public escalates, the threat of martial law and a repeat of the dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos is all too real.

2017/07/18 | Haironesah Domado

Winning the Peace in ISIS-Linked Marawi Conflict Just the First Step

Rebuilding Marawi will be more difficult than ending the conflict. Indeed, the conduct of the military while ‘pacifying’ the city has a direct bearing on their ability to take the steps I have outlined above, given the mounting grievances over the fighting’s impact on civilians.

2017/06/30 | TIME

A Bloody Drug War and an ISIS-Linked City Siege Mark Duterte’s First Year in Office

One year into his presidency — despite the on-paper merit of his 10-point economic plan — Duterte has delivered almost nothing to improve the lot of impoverished Filipinos.

2017/06/06 | Kei Koga

Does ASEAN Have Anything to Offer on the South China Sea?

It is now clear that ASEAN failed to forge a united political front against provocative actions in the South China Sea, and that the ASEAN chairman’s statement withdrew the concerns of earlier years in order to avoid provoking China, wrote Kei Koga.