Duterte’s rise is an evolving lesson in the vulnerability of democracies in the face of a neglected public.
According to the study by the Ateneo Human Rights Center, the drug war affects and makes vulnerable citizen’s rights enshrined in the 1986 Constitution.
In an internal memorandum obtained by Rappler, the Department of Foreign Affairs warns the NSC, NICA, and DICT about working with Huawei.
Quicho encouraged workers who were not allowed to evacuate their offices to file complaints with DOLE and provide specific information to help the agency to act.
What went wrong? Who’s at fault? What needs to be done? How do we avoid similar incidents? Ace Esmeralda weighs in on pertinent topics that can shed light on the Resorts World Manila tragedy, and aids companies in reviewing existing security plans and making new ones.
In his latest column, Retired Col. Dencio Acop appeals to the better angels of our nature for the sake of the year ahead.
In an interview with Jessica Zafra, Amy Tan, author of the modern classic The Joy Luck Club and other bestsellers, said “without trauma, you’ll never be a writer.” Now let’s…