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Last February 7, 2017, the University of the Philippines conferred the first ever Gawad Oblation awards on distinguished alumni who excelled in their own fields. I was fortunate enough to be included in its first batch of awardees.

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Obviously, the apparent decline of American power will have enormous repercussions in global politics. When the “policeman of the world” suddenly diminishes in authority there would be shifts in international relations.

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IN a speech before the Munich Security Conference last February 17, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov expressed his hope that the world “will choose a democratic world order in which each country is defined by its sovereignty.” He further described this world order as “a post-West one.” American Senator John McCain for his part said […]

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Innovation is a term that gets thrown a lot these days. We hear about a lot of young people with great, innovative ideas on how to improve aspects of our modern lives. Many of them have a vision of how to harness technology to improve our quality of life.

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Included in the list of top personal issues for Filipinos are having a secure and well-paying job (44%), finishing schooling or providing schooling for one’s children (41%), and having enough to eat on a daily basis (41%).

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There were two images from the news the past few weeks which I found both striking and indicative of the Duterte administration’s sincere efforts to implement countryside development.

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