By Denis Murphy
Sadly the problems in 1901 were common to those of other towns, but only the people of Balangiga responded so intensely. Someone or something had given them a sharper sense of injustice.
By Christopher Ryan Maboloc
The facts are glaring. In the Philippines, politics is always about the glamour of public office.
By Butch Hernandez
In a landmark study for the McKinsey Center for Government, Mona Mourshed, Diana Farrel and Dominic Barton visualize three critical intersections in the transition from education to employment: when young people enroll in postsecondary education (whether academic or technical-vocational), when they build skills, and when they seek work.
By Vicente L. Rafael
From the perspective of the city, the countryside often feels like a foreign country, a network of colonial outposts long conquered and emptied of culture, reduced to either bare life or, as Marx once famously put it, a constant state of idiocy. A surprising exception is Manang Letty’s farm in Pangasinan.
By Oscar Franklin Tan
The Philippine Law Journal is turning 100. What a lovely epitaph for the storied academic journal of the University of the Philippines College of Law.