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Philippine government, communist rebels sign ceasefire deal

AFP and Reuters

© BERIT ROALD, NTB scanpix, AFP | Representatives of the Philippine government meet with leaders of the Philippine Communist Party and the Norwegian Foreign Minister during peace negotiations in Oslo, on August 22, 2016… 202 more words

Top Philippine communist leaders freed to join peace talks -- Communist rebel leaders thank President Duterte

Published August 19, 2016

Associated Press

 The first batch of communist rebel leaders to be released, from left, Adelberto Silva, Concha Araneta-Bocala and Alan Jasminez, display a hashtag during a news conference following their release on bail Thursday, Aug. 799 more words

Spartan Formulations and Perceptive Vignettes

A Dual-Book Review by Myfel Joseph D. Paluga, Department of Social Sciences, University of the Philippines Mindanao

Crisis Generates Resistance. By Jose Maria Sison. Volume 1 of… 3,635 more words

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The war against CPP-NPA continues

Was the unilateral ceasefire ordered by President Rodrigo Duterte in good will with the Communist Party of the Philippines- New People’s Army (CPP-NPA) a lost opportunity or does Jose Maria Sison, CPP’s exiled leader, simply underestimate Duterte’s resolve to win the war against his rebel forces? 313 more words

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Which New Power Arrangements in the Philippines?

Partyforumseasia:    With the high voter turnout of 81.62 percent, president-elect Duterte’s landslide lead was so clear that his victory could be announced long before all votes had been properly counted. 533 more words

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Philippines President-Elect Duterte vows to swiftly end the Communist rebellion

AFP

© AFP/File | Philippines’ incoming president Rodrigo Duterte is hoping to bring a swift political settlement to the Communist rebellion that has killed about 30,000 people and impoverished vast swathes of the country… 382 more words

Why Read Jose Ma. Sison? A Review of Building People’s Power (2016)

Note: This review was published by Bulatlat.com. It was also read during the book launch and International League of People’s Struggle 15th anniversary gathering at the Carillon Tower, Baclaran Church on May 28, 2016. 1,549 more words

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