By Tetch Torres-Tupas
Whatever is China’s move against the BRP Sierra Madre will trigger the application of the Philippines’ Mutual Defense Treaty with the United State, an international law expert said Thursday.
By Tarra Quismundo
The start of fisheries talks between the Philippines and Taiwan might violate the country’s one-China policy and Manila should instead craft any future pact with Taipei as a local government of China, an international law expert said.
By TJ Burgonio
Malacañang was “disturbed’’ by the journey of an armed group from the Sultanate of Sulu to Sabah amid significant developments in the peace negotiations between the Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, but it vowed to uphold national interest in the country’s dormant claim to Malaysia’s eastern state.
One of the critics of the North Luzon Expressway project with China said Thursday the government should not repay its $500 million loan from China, because the deal was void from the start.
By Tetch Torres
Lawyer Harry Roque has defied a ban by the University of the Philippines and pushed through with the screening of the “Innocence of Muslims” Friday night.