If the justices of the Supreme Court are minded to say that President Benigno Aquino shouldn’t have bypassed the Senate in signing the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement, they should come right out and say so.
By Charles S. Laven
, Jonathan Woetzel
Providing decent, affordable housing is a growing challenge in developing and developed economies alike. With demand far exceeding supply, the adverse effects—on mobility, productivity and growth—are (or will be) increasingly apparent.
By Amando Doronila
Weakened by electoral losses in the US midterm polls, President Obama sought over the weekend to reassure anxious American allies in the Asia-Pacific region of Washington’s resolve or capacity to counter China’s aggressive territorial claims in the region.
By Art Villasanta
China responded to international pressure to release more data about Ebola virus disease infections in the mainland but only on one province. And the data are generally confusing, and relate only to one province.
By Yuriko Koike
Successful diplomatic summits are almost always precooked affairs, with every aspect of the meeting, from the initial handshakes to the final communiqué, minutely choreographed.