Year after arbitration: Options and directions
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Today marks the first anniversary of the arbitral tribunal’s award on the case that the Philippines filed against China. This anniversary presents an opportunity for us to look closely at our country’s direction. Together, we can discuss where we have come as a nation and where we are headed.We cannot emphasize enough that renewed leadership can further strengthen this administration’s position with the people. In taking the right strategy, our government can only enhance its standing among our peers and ensure its legacy for the generations that will succeed us.
Del Rosario, A. (2017, July 12). Year after arbitration: Options and directions. Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. A13.
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