Opinion

EDITORIAL

By
1

AND why has his San Miguel Corporation been excluded by the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corp. or PSALM from the chosen list of power companies bidding for the 650-megawatt Malaya thermal power plant in Pililla, Rizal? As stated in the Electric Power Industry Reform Act of 2001 (the…

FRANCISCO S. TATAD

By
4

A devout and gentle friend has suggested that I lock up my laptop, look for a crevice in a rock somewhere, where (like a sea gull) I could bury my head while the storm blows, for a storm (he says) is coming, which would be quite nasty to everyone who…

RIGOBERTO D. TIGLAO

By
5

THE Supreme Court in a decision last November 22, by a vote of eight to five, dealt a devastating blow to the nation’s policy of economic nationalism that had been enshrined in the 1987 Constitution. This decision involves the case filed in 2007 alleging that the Philippine Long Distance Telephone…

By
0

TODAY where information security breaches, attacks and all the vulnerabilities that lead to these unfortunate incidents are becoming an almost daily affair, information security professionals are often asked the question: “What can I do so I won’t get hit?” The right way is to have an information security risk assessment.…

By
0

SPREAD out a Philippine map and draw a straight line through the middle to demarcate the East side (the Pacific Ocean side) and the West side (the China Sea side). Apply all the available human and development benchmarks after viewing the data for the East and the data for the…

By
1

DONALD Trump looks set to assume the American presidency later this week. He waged an unprecedented presidential election campaign over the last year. Having become the Republican presidential candidate, nominee and now president-elect, Trump appears to share at most some abstract political concepts with the Republican Party, such as heightened…

STRATFOR ANALYSIS

By
0

BY MATTHEW BEY The divide between domestic politics and geopolitics can be a hard one to bridge. Partisan politics and pageantry can get in the way of a country’s underlying geopolitical imperatives, driving policies that undermine or contradict them outright. The tension between national and international politics is on full…

1 2 3 1,389