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How the Philippine bureaucracy responded to Mamasapano crisis

There is now a call for Philippine President Benigno Aquino III to resign because of his alleged direct involvement in Mamasapano operation on January 25, 2015. The Mamasapano operation in the town of Mamasapano, Maguindanao province in southern Philippines was one in the series of covert operations being undertaken by the Philippine government to pin down high value targets (HVT) and labeled terrorists.In Mamasapano, Malaysian bomb expert Zulkifli Abdhir, aka Marwan, was allegedly killed by…See More
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How the Philippine bureaucracy responded to Mamasapano crisis

There is now a call for Philippine President Benigno Aquino III to resign because of his alleged direct involvement in Mamasapano operation on January 25, 2015. The Mamasapano operation in the town of Mamasapano, Maguindanao province in southern Philippines was one in the series of covert operations being undertaken by the Philippine government to pin down high value targets (HVT) and labeled terrorists.In Mamasapano, Malaysian bomb expert Zulkifli Abdhir, aka Marwan, was allegedly killed by…See More
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How the Philippine bureaucracy responded to Mamasapano crisis

Posted on February 16, 2015 at 8:43am 0 Comments

There is now a call for Philippine President Benigno Aquino III to resign because of his alleged direct involvement in Mamasapano operation on January 25, 2015. The Mamasapano operation in the town of Mamasapano, Maguindanao province in southern Philippines was one in the series of covert operations being undertaken by the Philippine government to pin down high value targets (HVT) and labeled terrorists.

In Mamasapano, Malaysian bomb expert Zulkifli Abdhir, aka Marwan, was allegedly…

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To honor Pope Francis as 'head of state'

Posted on January 14, 2015 at 7:31am 0 Comments

The Papal visit is the much anticipated event in the country this week. From January 15 to 19, the highest official of the Catholic Church and Head of the Vatican city state is both on ‘state and pastoral visit‘ in the Philippines.



Pope Francis is the third Pope to have visited the country, after Pope Paul VI (November 27-29, 1970) and Pope John Paul II (February 17-22,…

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HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Posted on December 31, 2014 at 9:05pm 0 Comments

I wish to extend my greetings to everyone here in Global Ethics Network.

May you have a peaceful, safe and prosperous 2015 ahead of you.

Again, Happy New Year to all! Let's welcome 2015 with positive outlook, firm commitment, and steadfast objective in contributing, in our own little ways, changes and innovations for a better community, society and world.

Welcome 2015!

Beijing and Hanoi must sit down and talk

Posted on May 29, 2014 at 9:52pm 0 Comments

The recent incidents involving China and Vietnam must not give false hopes for these two Asian nations to sit down and give each other a chance of holding a dialogue concerning territorial claims. Recent developments would instead push both parties for a peaceful co-existence in the South China Sea. Beijing and Hanoi must heed to the rule of law for the sake of maintaining peace and stability in the Asia-Pacific region.



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