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I am a Singapore-based culture professional working in the intersection of academia, publishing (media), and arts & culture. Very interested in International Relations and transitioning into Public Policy. I find Ethics, Cultural Studies, and History to be important lenses to view current affairs and problems.

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Seeking Partnership, Not Wardship: The Ethics of Philippine-American Relations in Colonial and Contemporary Times

Posted on April 30, 2014 at 9:30pm 4 Comments

In November 25, 2013, Philippine Statehood USA published an online petition that campaigned for the former American colony to become the 51st State of the United States. It might sound odd in this so-called post-colonial era of ours that a former colony would lend itself to return to a (neo)colonial state of affairs, but we argue that it is hardly surprising in the case of the Philippines. This is not the first call for the Philippines to become an American state; in fact, as…


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Killer Robots, Ethics, & Governance, with Peter Asaro

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