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AFTER the on again, off again “permanent ban” on deployment of Filipino workers (OFWs) to Kuwait, tens of thousands of Filipinos are expected to either pursue their application with POEA-licensed agencies or return to Kuwait from an adjacent Middle East country (after refusing repatriation to the Philippines). Until there is…

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Or Bremmer and Time, Soros and Malloch-Brown vs Duterte WITH the weaponization of media, dominant media can be used as a tool of coercive diplomacy. The recent Time commentary on the Philippines president is a case in point. But the real story is behind the story. In early May, Time…

Marlen V. Ronquillo

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PAUL Manafort. For the past several months, that name has never been out of  the US news cycle. He was the campaign manager of Donald Trump’s presidential run from June to August 2016, and that brief period ought to consign him to anonymity. But there is something about this globe-trotting lobbyist that separated him from the many who…

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We all love being connected to the internet and it is a wonderful technology for communicating, providing information and entertainment, and keeping people connected. Commerce and business is totally dependent on it, what with e-mail, conferencing, communication, document transmission in which it is essential and has saved countless number of…

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