Tag: Philippines







As Liberalism Declines Across the World, the Death Penalty is Gaining Popularity Across Continents

The global decline in the popularity of liberalism in its various forms has led to a renewed debate on the restoration and expansion of the death penalty in countries where it has been abolished or severely restricted. The growing epidemic of child rape in India has led authorities to consider […]



China Ready to Cooperate With The Philippines as Part of One Belt–One Road

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi has met with the Philippine Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano in Beijing to discuss bilateral relations. The productive meeting saw both sides retain commitments to bilateral endeavours in a variety of areas, while China formally invited The Philippines to become a cooperative partner in […]


The Only People Who Should Fear a Parliamentary Philippines Are Those Who Command No Support

Generally speaking, full-scale parliamentary systems are considered less power than those with a defined or de-facto strong presidential system. Countries like the US, Russia, China, France, Syria, Egypt, Zimbabwe and to a degree South Africa, have become known for strong and influential presidents. Parliamentary systems can produce a strong leader, […]