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    was a level 5 cyclone, the most powerful level. At approximately 11:25 am on the 18th of October 2010 cyclone Megi, currently at a category 5, hit Isabela province. As shown in figure 1.2. The island of Luzon, which is the larger land mass at the most northern part of the Philippines, was were the cyclone hit and did the most damage. Figure 1.0 shows the area were Megi first made landfall. The province of Isabela Prior to the cyclone actually hitting,…

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    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 examined in order…

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    affairs, visual information, and defense support to public diplomacy. The PECOM and especially the case of Philippines, where they actively engage with Philippine’s military and civilians should be focused maintaining support of the relevant population to the US mission and the U.S.-Philippines Mutual Defense Treaty. Therefore, an effective IO based on synchronization of important themes, messages, images, and activities with other nonlethal and lethal operations to inform and influence Pippin…

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    alone but also the people of the country. The insights of the Filipinos are considered because the change in the type of government will not only affect the government but also the entire country. This will also explain the different implications to the different parts of the country, specifically the regions. This will enable the Filipinos to see whether federalism is the best option for the Philippines. The researchers seek to enlighten the readers and to help them consider the idea and see…

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    Spratly Islands Case Study

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    The phrase when defense pacts are invoked is used instead of if invoked because given the ongoing territory disputes the Philippines has with China it is only a matter of time before armed conflict arises. For years Philippines has engaged in dispute with China over the Spratlys Islands (comprised of small islands, reefs, atolls and rocks). Portions of the Spratly Islands have been claimed by The People’s Republic of China (PRC), The Republic of China (ROC/Taiwan), The Philippines, Vietnam,…

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    reform has make the Philippines stands on the acme of the new era of prosperity. Philippines require a dynamic local consumer market and attract foreign investment by investors outside of the country in key growth industries. Strategic location of Philippines which flanked by the Pacific Ocean and the South China Sea makes it a critical point to some 500 million people in the ASEAN market. Therefore, Philippines this country offering larger trade opportunities and an ideal base for business.…

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    South China Sea Case Study

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    the South China Sea lessens the secure navigation of tanks in water. The region plays a strategic maritime and military role in keeping the security worldwide. The South China Sea is a valuable marine resource with its hydrocarbon potential in terms of oil and natural gas. 17 billion tons of oil and 489 trillion cubic feet of natural gas were estimated by Chinese those…

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    Honey Rain Case Study

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    conditions of the Philippines. A great portion of the rainfall, humidity and cloudiness are due to the influence of typhoons. They generally originate in the region of Marianas and Caroline Islands of the Pacific Ocean. Based on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC, 2007), changes in climate patterns are projected to have a number of impacts including possible water shortages, decreased agricultural production, and food insecurity (PAG-ASA DOST official website, n.d.). Frequency…

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    Hca 350 Research Paper

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    and Philippines Charter Oak State College China This research paper outlines the differences amongst China and the Philippines. Therefore, I will discuss the demographics in these two countries or the factors that may impact the health of the countries. The impacts affecting the health of China and Philippines are caused from environmental, political, and economic issues. Within my research I found many similarity as well as difference. We are very familiar with the United States health care…

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    For decades, the Philippines have been trying to fight the global crisis on HIV. But the last few years has been alarming as the number of HIV cases has been continuously growing. According to the Philippine Department of Health’s Epidemiology Bureau, in just one month in July, 2015, there were 682 new cases registered, 17% more than the same month the previous year. 94% of them were male and the average age was 27 (I. Gonzales, 2016). In 2008, only 1 person was getting infected daily, and then…

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