Human rights and journalism organizations have responded but the incoming president is dismissive of their concerns, reports Iris C. Gonzales.
The Paris Agreement shows how powerful nations have imposed their will at the climate negotiations, writes Clemente Bautista.
|Article title||From magazine||Publication date|
|Homeless voices from around the world||Homelessness||June, 2017|
|Mr Tough||Populism rises again||April, 2017|
|Duterte's bloody war continues apace||African village||January, 2017|
|Worldbeaters: Rodrigo Duterte||World Fiction Special - Exquisite short stories||October, 2016|
|Philippines’ Duterte threatens assassination of journalists||Love in the time of Ebola||June, 2016|
|Duterte victory foreshadows a bloody presidency||Love in the time of Ebola||May, 2016|
|Southern Exposure: Jes Aznar||Technology justice||May, 2016|
|Philippines at risk of 'AIDS epidemic'||Last stand - Saving the world's forests||April, 2016|
|At COP21, the people and future generations will be failed once again||Paris Climate Talks - COP21||December, 2015|
|Peace at last?||Feminism fights back||July, 2014|
|Country Profile: The Philippines||Organ trafficking||May, 2014|