Op-Ed Columns

FRANCISCO S. TATAD

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THE first signs of a multi-sectoral, multi-pronged challenge to President Rodrigo Duterte’s drug killings have finally appeared, and on the “National Day of Protest” proclaimed by DU30 himself to commemorate the 45th anniversary of Ferdinand Marcos’ proclamation of Martial Law throughout the country on September 21, 1972, managed to draw…

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ELIZABETH Braza, a public schoolteacher based in Laguna, was chatting with her husband, Roblan, an OFW in Libya. This was their daily habit: Roldan would power up his laptop at lunch break, knowing that his wife would be waiting at the other end. On March 6, 2015, the couple was…

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BEIJING: Two weeks of lectures and sightseeing were exhausting and I have yet to unpack and take a little rest before attending to an accumulated workload. So may I just share in this space an abridged version of the remarks that I delivered during a workshop last Thursday with a…

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FILIPINO-Australians remain the fifth-largest migrant community in Australia. According to the 2014 census, 225,110 Filipinos have made Australia their home, constituting 3.4 percent of Australia’s overseas-born residents and one percent of Australian’s total population. More Filipinos were able to migrate Down Under based on their skills and profession than family…

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FOUR months and P4 billion later and the battle for Marawi City is not yet over. Thousands have fled, and hundreds killed and wounded. As President Rodrigo Duterte said it: “All of us lost in Marawi.” “Every Moro that died, or every soldier that died, breaks our heart. They’re all…

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