Forlag: NUS Press (Singapore)
When Philippine history professor Maria Serena I. Diokno was invited as a keynote speaker to a panel on authoritarian tendencies in Southeast Asia at the International Conference of Asia Scholars in Chiang Mai, Thailand, last summer, she delivered an inspired and indignant speech on historical revisionism and strategic oblivion. incumbent Philippine Duterte government. One of President Rodrigo Duterte's main actions has been to forge close and almost unconditional ties with China, a country with which the Philippines has otherwise had a strained relationship for decades – not least because of the maritime territorial conflict. . .
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