The UP Asian Center will host a forum-exhibit, “Philippine Foreign Relations under the Duterte Administration: Issues, Actors, Approaches,” on 11 December 2019, 1 pm–4 PM at the UP Asian Center, QC. The event is free and open to the public. Seating a first-come, first served basis. Walk ins are welcome, but participants are encouraged to sign up.
The presentations in the forum-exhibit will feature seven poster presentations on 11 December, 1 pm, which in turn will be available for viewing until 13 December 2019. The aim of the forum-exhibit is to evaluate different facets of Philippine foreign relations under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte.
Click on each title to view the abstracts.
List of Poster Presentations
Norms vs Strategic Interests: How Drugs and Human Rights Issues Affect Philippines-Australia Security Ties
Maria Alynna Carlos
Linking Aid with Norms: Philippines-EU Development Cooperation under the Duterte Administration
Jillian Loise Melchor
The Role of Civil Society and Domestic Politics in Philippine Foreign Policy: The China-Funded Kaliwa Dam Project
Job Haunt: Chinese Migration in the Philippines and its Implications on Local Employment
Marianne Joy Castillo
The Role of Interest Groups in the Decision-Making Processes of the Philippine Government in the Case of POGOs
Anna Patricia Ruiz
Golden Age of Infrastructure: Hedging Considerations for the Philippines between China's BRI and the United States' BUILD Act
Johann Jose Manas
The Chinese Wave in the Philippines
Aaron Jed Rabena, PhD
*Free snacks and beverages will be served during the conference.
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