By Fernando Martin O. Peña
The solution to the port congestion problem is to impose a moratorium on all measures that have been implemented. Though the actions taken by the government are laudable—and should under normal times be supported— we must at some point address the traffic situation.
By Fernando Martin “Fern" O. Peña
A serious problem affecting the nation’s economy today is the ever-working congestion in the ports of Manila.
By Ambassador Cesar B. Bautista
First, I would like to state that all three I’s (Infrastructure, Innovation, Information) are considered co-enablers to achieve the country’s transformation by means of sustainable growth that is inclusive.
By Jaime S. delos Santos
This article presents an appreciation of the issues surrounding the escape of 40 Filipino peacekeepers serving under the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF). It will delve only on the military aspects, the tactical and operational concerns that transpired in Golan Heights. It will not discuss the political dimensions because they are within the realm of the UN, and the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA). It must be emphasized, however, that a political solution in a conflict situation does not necessarily mean that it is the best option, especially if the lives of the peacekeepers are at stake.
By Dr. Reynaldo T. Casas
Our country has more seawater than land. It is time we focus more on the sea.