MANILA, Philippines – After nearly six years of what could only be described as a stunting of ties between longtime treaty allies the Philippines and the United States, President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. is jumpstarting long-signed agreements and updating decades-old treaties.
What does this mean for the archipelago and the rest of the region?
Rappler’s Bea Cupin speaks to Elina Noor, a senior fellow at the Carnegie Asia Program, about Marcos’ latest visit to Washington DC. Bookmark this page to catch the interview live on Friday, May 12. – Rappler.com