For Beth, it was a long, long journey to Oslo, literally and figuratively. The road to peace, she says however, is even longer, more difficult to traverse and full of potholes. By D. L. Mondelo Bulatlat Correspondent  5 March […]
By Ronalyn. V. Olea Bulatlat.com 25 February 2011 MANILA — On February 22, a gathering of more than a hundred witnessed the launching of a book celebrating the life and struggle of Prof. Jose Maria Sison.
By Mr. Danilo Ramos APC Secretary General 30 January 2011 The 3rd General Assembly of the Asian Peasant Coalition (APC) was successfully held from January 23rd to 24th, 2011 in Hanwella, Sri Lanka. The event was hosted by Movement for […]
Mario Miclat’s Disinformation and Snitch Piece By Gary Vicente Claveria 51 16 November 2010 “The tree may prefer calm, but the wind will not subside” – make that “windy nonsense” in Miclat’s case.
By Leo Ramirez Wellgrubbed blog 17 December 2010 HOUSTON, WE HAVE A PROBLEM: TIGLAO’S SISYPHEAN TASK Tiglao has a problem. No matter what he does he can’t get himself fully trusted by the military and the ultimate kingmakers, the US.
By Ina Alleco Achieving Happiness 4 December 2010 Former press secretary of the Gloria M. Arroyo government and Inquirer columnist Rigoberto Tiglao came out with a review of the Mario Miclat’s “Secrets of the Eighteen Mansions: A Novel” (Manila: Anvil […]
By Niña Calleja Philippine Daily Inquirer 4 December 2010 UTRECHT, The Netherlands— In a foreign land, the 71-year-old leader of the Communist Party of the Philippines, constantly dreams of home and yearns for mangoes and the mountain ranges that he […]
Posted by rowlandkeshena bermudaradical.wordpress.com 27 September 2010 Forty-five years ago in mid-sixties the south east Asian archipelago of the Philippines saw the emergence of a powerful, dynamic and inspiring revolutionary national democratic movement of a new type. Founded on a clear patriotic and anti-imperialist […]
By Elmer A. Ordonez The Manila Times 26 August 2010 http://www.manilatimes.net/index.php/opinion/24530-on-the-occasion-of-the-centenary-of-the-up-english-department Diliman was sprawling countryside, with clumps of trees and bamboo and stretches of cogon and talahib. It must have once been covered with forest, hence, its name.