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Let the Reds Lived with their own Delusions

Presidents come and go. They tried to make peace with the Reds, but unsuccessful. Pissed off, Duterte chided. Go ahead fight for another 50 years. The past Presidents that the Reds had dealt with, Duterte is the most generous. He allowed three

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The Ceasefire That Went Phfft

When Duterte visited the wake of Panggong Komonad, the CAFGU militiaman killed by the NPA, his visits symbolized that even the smallest cog of his army matters. Every one of them counts.

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Cashing in Bad Luck and Cashing out Winning Chips

The Reds of the Philippines for four decades cashed in their bad luck in negotiating peace with the government. Now that the populist newly elected President Rodrigo Duterte is throwing in pronouncements – as if erasing obstacles of the failed

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