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International Community Mobilizes to Support the End of the US-Duterte Regime

"The democratic and freedom loving forces of the world will not tolerate nor accept someone who has committed grave abuse of power and crimes...

CSO body to the UN stands with Cavite fisherfolk vs. order to dismantle mussel farms, fisheries structure in Manila Bay

Mussel farm in Bacoor City, Cavite province, Philippines. Photo by Pambansang Lakas ng Kilusang Mamamalakaya ng Pilipinas (National Federation of Small Fisherfolk Organizations in...

Notes From An Empty Classroom

Two weeks prior to the pandemic lockdown of March 2020, the concert hall of the Philippine Social Science Center was exulting to an ensemble...

BAYAN’s Reyes says Afghan gov’t collapse is another defeat for US imperialism

The collapse of the foreign-backed government in Afghanistan is another defeat for interventionist military adventures by the United States, Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (Bayan) secretary...

Overcoming revisionist history in the struggle for self-determination

The realities behind the 1969 “referendum” On 15th August 1962, the Netherlands, then colonizer of the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia) and Dutch New Guinea (West...

ICHRP marks 1st Anniversary of the Assassination of peace consultant Randall Echanis: A year on, Duterte’s war on the Peace Process is painfully clear

August 10, 2021 – The International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines marks the one-year anniversary of the torture and assassination of Randall...

PHOTO ESSAY: Inside U.P. Arboretum, Metro Manila’s Last Rainforest

Not many people have heard or been to this mini rainforest right in the heart of Mega Manila: the University of the Philippines Arboretum....

Remember Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Advance the Struggle for Social Liberation and Build a Socialist Future!

The International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS) Philippines commemorates the 76th anniversary of the dropping of two nuclear bombs on the Japanese cities of...

Hardin: A flourishing anecdote

For 34 years, urban gardening was the way the life of Roger Medenilla has been. Roger was a long-time rice farmer back in Bicol...

[Duterte’s legacy] Agriculture in ruins, impoverished peasants

It was not only the pandemic that brought down the country’s agriculture and economy, it was not only the pandemic that exacerbated the hunger...

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