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The National Interest Online (blog) Report: China Could Make a Big Move in the South China Sea Starting Next Month The National Interest Online (blog) It seems if the People's Republic of China is going to make a push to radically alter the status-quo in the South China Sea—by reclaiming the hotly disputed Scarborough Shoal that is clearly within the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of the Philippines ... and more »
Philippine Star A familiar voice in high seas Philippine Star To make it even more intriguing, I was pulled off-track during my daily paseo, as I heard a distinct Filipino voice, which sang a truly Pinoy choice of song, accompanied by guitar strums, which emanated from the interiors of the old guards gathering ...
Inquirer.net Free, secure, easy -- Linux as an alternative to Windows and Mac Inquirer.net linux-operating-system-explained-computer-programming For the first time in her life, 62-year old mother Chit Bernardo used her son's laptop computer to go online and browse Facebook. She even went on to play solitaire and sudoku to pass time.
Manila Bulletin Smartmatic to be held accountable for programming script changes — Comelec Manila Bulletin It is owned by the Comelec representing the people of the Philippines. It is owned by the government. They (Smartmatic) were not supposed to change anything ... On Thursday (May 12, 2016), the Comelec already admitted that Smartmatic initiated a ... Comelec, Smartmatic deny cheating in revising server scriptPhilippine Star Evidence shows breach in transparency server to 'rig' resultsThe Standard Comelec server tweaked but fraud unproven, IT expert claimsInquirer.net all 119 news articles »
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Foreign Policy (blog) The End of Politics as We Know It Foreign Policy (blog) Is a Google programmer better represented by the Left or Right? What about a farmer who depends on federal subsidies? Or a super-skilled worker who assembles sophisticated medical equipment? Is someone who works at a peer-to-peer lender a member ...
Popular Mechanics Can The World's Worst Traffic Problem Be Solved? Popular Mechanics And not when the ride in question is actually a jeepney, the garishly decorated offspring of U.S. Army jeeps abandoned in the Philippines following World War II. You might call it a death trap, but for millions of Filipinos it's just part of the daily ...
Fortune The Real Reasons Behind the Tech Skills Gap - Fortune Fortune It's more than a diversity problem. It didn't attract nearly the same headlines as Donald Trump defending his hand size or the heated Democratic presidential ... and more »
Buffalo News Fame Came at a Considerable Cost: The Relationship of Mark Twain and John Hay Buffalo News He omits and, presumably, failed to consult an invaluable resource: Jim Zwick's groundbreaking “Mark Twain's Weapons of Satire: Anti-Imperialist Writings on the Philippine-American War” (1992). Zwick first revealed how Twain spoke out in 1902 against ...
South China Morning Post Hong Kong government seeking to improve prosecution work amid concern at 'chronically low' conviction rates in lower ... South China Morning Post In August last year a magistrate cleared a computer programmer of assaulting two police officers after dismissing the officers' evidence as “bizarre” and “absurd”. “Strange”, “dubious” and “impossible” are among other adjectives magistrates have used ...