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Confronting China means trouble- Rody
Trouble would ensue if the Philippines insisted on its maritime claims in the South China Sea, President Duterte said. Duterte stressed he is open to a joint exploration with China to avoid conflict, instead of confronting ...
- May 21, 2018
Foreign powers enforcing ruling on SCS
Acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio disputed yesterday Malacañang's claim that "no power on earth" can enforce an international arbitral court's ruling invalidating China's massive claim in the South China Sea and West ...
- November 25, 2018
'Claim damages from China for ruined reefs'
The Philippine government should demand compensation from China for the damage its coasts guard and fishermen caused on the endangered coral reefs in Panatag or Scarborough Shoal, Sen. Richard Gordon said yesterday. Gordon ...
- June 18, 2018
Phl free to rescind oil deal with China
The Philippines is free to walk out of the memorandum of understanding (MOU) on joint oil and gas development with China if the contents of the document would be found to be against national interests, Malacañang said ...
- November 23, 2018
Carpio sees Phl sovereignty safeguards in MOU with China
There is nothing wrong with the government's pursuit of joint exploration of natural resources with China in the West Philippine Sea, acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio said yesterday. Carpio believes that the memorandum ...
- November 26, 2018