Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi is making a rare official trip to the Philippines
The value of resources in the West Philippine Sea 'is much, much higher' than the Philippines' $24-billion package from China, SC Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio says
'We just dropped the ball after the ruling came out, so how can you expect the world to support us?' says SC Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio
'Those who raise the issue of war with China either do not understand the 3-warfare strategy of China, or simply are scaring Filipino people to make them submit to China,' says SC Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio
'I do not at all blame the DFA for this because the chief architect of our foreign policy is not the DFA, but the President,' SC Senior Associate Justice Carpio says
'Even today, countries hope for us to lead from our position of strength,' says ex-DFA chief Albert del Rosario
The Philippines calls itself a 'regional peacemaker' after adopting 'positive neighborly relations' with China
In disregarding the international ruling on South China Sea, 'We allow ourselves to be bullied, but we call it an independent foreign policy,' an analyst says
No Filipino is reported injured in the attack near the Finsbury Park Mosque in London, the Philippines says, as it 'reaffirms its solidarity' with the UK
The remains of Ligaya Moore have yet to be found since the massive blaze engulfed the Grenfell Tower on June 14
The 9 Filipinos face Malaysia's death row over the Sabah standoff that killed at least 70 people in 2013
Missing Filipina Ligaya G. Moore is 'at least 60 years old,' a member of the Jesus Is Lord (JIL) church, and a resident of Grenfell Tower in London
Philippine labor attaché David Dicang says the situation in Qatar has normalized
Arturo Lascañas is facing murder and frustrated murder charges over his confession of operating to kill radio man Jun Pala
For the first time, Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano briefs up to 97 diplomats about President Rodrigo Duterte's declaration of martial law in Mindanao
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'Our goal is that when you walk in, you will be able to apply for your passport,' Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano says
This comes after China reportedly threatened the Philippines with war if it 'forces the issue' of the arbitral ruling on the South China Sea
Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano also praises China and Japan for helping the Philippines 'without conditions'
The Code of Conduct in the South China Sea should be a non-legally binding 'gentleman's agreement,' Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano says
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'The Philippines welcomes the completion of the drafting of the framework of the Code of Conduct,' the DFA says
Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano is set to begin his first full day in office by visiting the DFA passport processing area in Parañaque City
(UPDATED) 'If DFA is unaware, then there is again a disturbing display of dysfunction in the conduct of our foreign policy,' says a former ambassador
Should there be a state visit to the US, Senator Grace Poe jokes she and incoming Foreign Affairs chief Alan Peter Cayetano should be there together
Incoming DFA chief Alan Peter Cayetano promises to use 'more diplomatic language' in defending President Rodrigo Duterte
'I'm a better person ... and hopefully will be a good diplomat because of our working together, working against each other,' says incoming Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano
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(UPDATED) Senator Alan Peter Cayetano breezes through a 3-minute confirmation hearing where lawmakers asked not a single question
The incoming Philippine Foreign Secretary says 'there are ideas that are practical and good but not necessarily legal'
A 'dependable ally' yet an 'irritating enemy,' is how Senator Alan Peter Cayetano is described
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Cayetano was born in 1970 to a Filipino father, former senator Rene Cayetano, and American mother, Sandra Schramm. He renounced his US citizenship in 1998, he says.
Senator Alan Peter Cayetano, one of President Rodrigo Duterte's most outspoken defenders, says he will talk less once he begins as DFA chief
Colleagues of Senator Alan Peter Cayetano welcome his appointment to the Department of Foreign Affairs
(UPDATED) Senator Alan Peter Cayetano, President Rodrigo Duterte's running mate in the 2016 elections, is appointed the Philippines' top diplomat
(UPDATED) The 80-year-old former Pangasinan lawmaker is back in government after a long break from politics
The Philippines also says no ASEAN leader 'strongly pushed' to condemn China's island building in the disputed South China Sea
Chinese Ambassador Zhao Jianhua says it is 'illegal' for the Philippines to occupy disputed West Philippine Sea (South China Sea) islands
After their meeting on Friday, ASEAN foreign ministers express 'grave concern over the escalation of tension in the Korean Peninsula'
New DFA spokesman Robespierre Bolivar says the upcoming ASEAN Summit will also be a chance 'to show the best of the Philippines'
Philippine Foreign Secretary Enrique Manalo says it was 'enough' that China said 'they recognize' the Philippines' rights over Benham Rise
The proposed name will 'emphasize Philippine sovereign rights and jurisdiction over the area,' says Malacañang
Foreign Secretary Enrique Manalo says China has '2 or 3' pending requests to survey Benham Rise after previous requests had been denied
'What is really so harmful with having a research ship [there]?' asks National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr on the presence of a Chinese survey ship in Benham Rise for 3 months