April 16, 2012

'Thick' or 'Thin' Solution to China-Philippines Row?

R.R. Bagares, GMA News

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The resulting standoff - and our seeming inability to act decisively on a critical national security concern - further showed the vulnerabilities of the Philippines in a dispute over territory with an emergent world economic and military superpower.

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TAGGED: China, Philippines, Panatag Shoal


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