Author Archives: Kulas Bagay

Rising Sea Level: A National Security Concern

The National Defense College of the Philippines defines national security as the state or condition where the sovereignty, territorial integrity, and the people’s way of life and institutions are protected and enhanced. Read More –> Rising Sea Level: A National Security Concern

After Marcos, Xi meeting, China says ‘friendly consultation’ a must on South China Sea issues

MANILA, Philippines — President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. met Chinese President Xi Jinping Thursday in a historic bilateral meeting in Bangkok, Thailand on the sidelines of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit. Read More –> After Marcos, Xi meeting, China says ‘friendly consultation’ a must on South China Sea issues

South China Sea peace park: global signature drive on

A Filipino environment lawyer is leading a global petition to make the disputed South China Sea an Asia Marine Peace Park. The draft was submitted to the United Nations on Oct. 24, UN Day. A Peace Park can preserve the world’s most biodiverse coasts from war among naval powers. Read More –> South China Sea […]

The Culture of Maintenance

We should not dwell on that, the US will always be an ally no matter what Kissinger or Palmerston said. What happened after the US left we were able to aquire a Peacock thar took 2 decades to upgrade in three phases then what? Will it be decommissioned in less than a decade? Read More […]

What Philippines’ Marcos Jnr can learn from Singapore and Indonesia about balancing ties with China, US

With respect to our place in the community of nations, the Philippines shall continue to be a friend to all. And an enemy to none,” declared President Ferdinand Marcos Jnr, in his first state-of-the-nation address. “We will be a good neighbour – always looking for ways to collaborate and cooperate with the end goal of […]