By Amando Doronila
The visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to Canberra last week sent reassuring words to the Philippines amid its increasing concerns over China’s assertive claims vis-à-vis disputed territories in the South China Sea.
By Michael L. Tan
When a ranking official of an academic institution passes away, the usual procedure is to hold a necrological or memorial service in a large hall (often the auditorium or a campus church) on the eve of the burial. There will be several eulogies delivered by officials, colleagues, staff, relatives, friends and, Filipino-style, these can be quite long and emotional, lasting well into the night.
By Randy David
I am trying to understand the strong surge of emotion that has been unleashed by the Supreme Court’s recent decision on the Disbursement Acceleration Program or DAP.
By Conrado de Quiros
Will the impeachment bid against the President prosper?
By Ma. Ceres P. Doyo
If I may borrow a line from a song and turn it around, rainy days do not always get me down.