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What should we now do as a willing victim and an abettor that has fully embraced our big northern neighbor who is clearly acting as a bully, a grand larcenist, and an international outlaw?
Vice President Leni Robredo says of the Philippines' victory against China in The Hague on July 12, 2016: 'Sadly, since then, we have lost that advantage'
'Before we can hope for help, we must first demonstrate that we are worth helping,' says former foreign secretary Albert del Rosario on the second anniversary of the Philippines' South China Sea victory
The Philippines marks the second anniversary of its victory against China over the South China Sea, still with an 'inexplicable reluctance' to enforce this ruling
Since the Duterte administration has chosen to set aside the enforcement of the Award, the task of keeping alive the Award within our country has fallen on people like you and me
House Majority Floor Leader Rudy Fariñas hopes former Speaker Feliciano Belmonte Jr s strong sense of nationalism will make him accept the job
What can we expect after the Philippines victory over China in the arbitral tribunal?
The goal here is a diplomatic solution to a very complicated problem Counselor Kristie Kenney of the US State Department tells Rappler
This forum is scheduled from 9 am to 12:30 pm at the Malcolm Theater of the University of the Philippines UP College of Law
The historic ruling on the West Philippine Sea is nothing more than a piece of waste paper says Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin
Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio says Why do you want to share what s exclusively yours?
Did the government of President Rodrigo Duterte want to water down Manila’s victory to appease Beijing?
The UN backed tribunal recognizes the traditional fishing rights of small scale Filipino and Chinese fishermen in the shoal effectively declaring it as a common fishing ground
Taiwan says the award won by the Philippines is completely unacceptable to the government of the Republic of China
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aquirre II says the 3 men agreed to the tenor of the statement made by Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr earlier Tuesday evening
The community of ASEAN who supported us in our pleading should also be consulted says Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana
The former president says that with the decision the maritime dispute is now closer to having a permanent solution
The Philippines’ lead counsel Paul Reichler says this will depend on how vigorously the affected states assert their rights against China
UPDATED Solicitors general under the Aquino administration say the ruling is a potent legal platform for our goal of effectively asserting our maritime entitlements under UNCLOS
The UN backed tribunal declares Mischief Reef Second Thomas Shoal and Reed Bank form part of the Philippines 200 nautical exclusive economic zone and continental shelf
UPDATED Legislators at the House of Representatives are elated by the Philippines historic win against China over the West Philippine Sea dispute
Advocacy groups are anticipating a favorable ruling for Manila hours before the arbitral tribunal in The Hague hands down its ruling on the South China Sea dispute
Manalo matalo hindi po matatapos ang hidwaan sa pinag aagawang isla at karagatan says Kabayan Representative Harry Roque