Philippines’ Marcos Tilts West
Is this the better of two bad options?
By: Viswa Nathan
The foreign policy of the Philippines is developing into a new bold shape under President Ferdinand Marcos Jr., who defined his strategy eight months ago as friend to all and enemy to none, then granted the United States additional spaces for stationing its soldiers and weapons in the face of growing tension between Washington and Beijin…
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