The jihadi virus is spreading into more moderate and mainstream communities.
The US may have rid the world of the most infamous terrorist, but America’s response to 9/11 and the war on terror will be judged not by the number of terrorists captured or killed, but whether we choose to build a more peaceful world beyond our borders.
Bin Laden’s death is a ‘moral victory,’ but how do you counter the ideology?
As a terrorist group, Al Qaeda is a resilient global organization whose life does not depend on the life of its leaders.
By SYLVIA L. MAYUGA An apt term for Bush and company, who are salivating at the world’s second-largest oil field. “America has entered one of its periods of historical madness, but this is the worst I can remember: worse than McCarthyism, worse than the Bay of Pigs, and in the long term potentially more disastrous than [...]
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Bogus claims haunt Philhealth
Compassionate care eludes post-abortion patients
Desperate women seek desperate measures
‘Hello, Garci’ officer returns to intel community
Leaked copy of PNoy’s ‘SONA’
Our Beijing envoy
Quiet protest at the DOTC
Your war, our fatal assumptions
Celebrating the power of the human spirit
Of book writing and Chocolate Kiss-ing
I could have done a Vargas