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    fact, the Philippines has a “history of strong political families across generations” (Niu 92) which sets it apart from many other countries in the region. Before the Philippine’s version of an elite class of well-connected political families was established in a more modern time,…

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    Immorality Of Torture Torture is an iminent practice and undeniably happening in some parts of the world due to lack of proper law both in the political and social attributes for mankind. It is the infliction of extreme pain or agony for punishment. It can be physical or psychological. It is considered evil; this form of act doesn’t only violate human rights, it also violates social morals. It can be a double effect on the person who is doing the torture. Torturing someone can also torture you…

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    A current issue with the Philippine society is the change of government. President Duterte's plan is to change the democratic government of the Philippine and aligned it to France's federal parliamentary government (Cayabyab, 2016). Likewise, the two philosophers, Aristotle, and St. Thomas Aquinas, is sharing common perception towards democracy…

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    from Visayas and Mindanao . ln this paper the focus is on Mindanao's Nationalism particularly the Lumads and the Moros . Oftentimes, the studies about Philippines though not intentionally exclude Mindanao. Recently, there's a conflict between Mindanao and the national government regarding the peace negotiation or to be more specific the "Bangsamoro law" though the study will not focus on tackling the conflict, there will be a…

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    A Cultural Analysis of the Republic of the Philippines In the South West Pacific, lie a small group of islands known as the Philippines. It is a country that has been molded by the influence of many other cultures, leaving it with a rich diversity of values and beliefs spreading throughout all the islands. The location and terrain of this country have also greatly affected how the society has evolved. In order to have a better understanding of this country’s culture, all aspects must be…

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    Hobbes, an English philosopher, that humans will go back to their “state of nature” when there is no governing body/government that would rule the people. In a state of nature, there is no political organization and someone in authority to enforce laws. With people in the state of nature, we would not be able to vote, achieve success, learning, enrich our country’s cultural achievements; in short, we would be uncivilized people of the country. Dictatorship has many benefits yet consequences…

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    SHOULD MAYOR RODRIGO DUTERTE BE THE RIGHT PRESIDENT FOR THE PHILIPPINES? INTRODUCTION Definition Our country and all of the Filipino people need Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte because our country is in a dire situation and would never be able to move forward unless a good leader takes it’s in charge and we all know that Mayor Duterte is a great leader because of his platform. In Philippines, corruption is endemic in all levels of government, including in the barangays but he also focus on…

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    12, 1895. But sentiment to enter the conflict grew in the United States when General Weyler began making a policy of reconcentration that moved the population into central locations guarded by Spanish troops and placed the entire country under martial law in February 1896. By December 7, President Cleveland reversed himself declaring that the United States might intervene should Spain fail to end the crisis in Cuba. President Mckinley, inaugurated on March 4, 1897, was even more anxious to…

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    States (U.S.) military efforts in both the Philippine Insurrection (1899-1902) and Operation IRAQI FREEDOM (OIF) were successful combat operations. Although the U.S. was successful in liberating the Philippines from Spain and freeing Iraqis from the oppressive Saddam Hussein Regime, the military struggled with a prolonged counter insurgency (COIN) in both instances. The similarities between the COIN policies of attraction and chastisement in the Philippines and OIF show that the U.S. military…

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    The first was to get the embargo lifted, since Japan needed oil to fuel it's military. The second goal was to get territory and to prepare for war. The Japanese began to plan a war. They asked to conquer Burma, Malaya, the East Indies, and the Philippines. However, the Japanese feared that the U.S. Pacific Fleet in Pearl Harbor would come and disrupt their plans. As a result, the Japanese army decided to attack Pearl Harbor, a U.S. Base, as a precaution, in a surprise air attack. The Attack on…

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