Matapos maglabas ng bagong “10-dash line” map ang China, ano ang pwedeng gawin ng Pilipinas para tablahin ang pang-aangkin nito sa halos buong South China Sea? Pakinggan ang mga suhestiyon ni Dr. Chester Cabalza, dito sa episode ng #WhatTheFPodcast.
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NHCP’s Alvin Alcid: It’s disappointing that sometimes [the markers’] value gets forgotten.
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VERA FILES FACT CHECK: Bahagi ng EEZ ng Pilipinas ang Ayungin Shoal, taliwas sa sinasabi ng China foreign ministry spokesman
Ang Ren’ai Reef, na kilala bilang Ayungin Shoal sa Pilipinas at Second Thomas Shoal sa buong mundo, ay bahagi ng 200-nautical-mile exclusive economic zone at continental shelf ng Pilipinas, batay sa arbitral win ng bansa noong 2016 laban sa China.
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VERA FILES FACT CHECK: Ayungin Shoal is part of the Philippines’ EEZ, contrary to claim of China’s foreign ministry spokesman
Ayungin Shoal is part of the Philippines’ 200-nautical-mile exclusive economic zone, according to the July 12, 2016 arbitral ruling against China.
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Marcos admitted that the Philippines is walking a “very fine line” in balancing foreign relations. He said the Philippines must refrain from embracing the “cold war mentality” without having to choose between global powers such as the United States, Russia and China.
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Sabi ng MTRCB, walang sapat na basehan para i-ban ang Barbie movie dahil hindi naman ipinakikita dito ang “nine-dash line” claim ng China.
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The MTRCB said, there is no sufficient basis to ban the Barbie movie because China’s “nine-dash line” claim is not shown here.
The Philippine media landscape remains largely grim despite the change in the country’s leadership in mid-2022. Attacks on journalists, which escalated during the six-year presidency of Rodrigo Duterte, have not let up since Ferdinand Marcos Jr. took office.
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A YouTube video claimed that Japan is currently transferring weapons to the Philippines, causing alarm in China. This is not true.