FRANCISCO S. TATAD
FRANCISCO S. TATAD

TWO major Senate committees—those on foreign relations and on national defense and security—have decided to inquire into President Rodrigo Duterte’s policy on the People’s Republic of China. This is long overdue. It is necessary for the nation to see not only what DU30 is doing and wants to do on China, but also what China is doing and intends to do in the Philippines and to the Philippines. Former National Security Adviser and Defense Secretary Norberto B. Gonzales has suggested in a recent online article that China could ultimately invade the Philippines. I spoke with Gonzales about this on my weekly GNN Destiny cable TV program (“Una sa Lahat”) yesterday evening, but did not have enough time for all my questions.

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