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Lead up to fiesta elections: Has Philippine democratic politics changed at all?

From the little window through which I take stock of the landscape of issues that describe the lead up to the May 2013 elections, I’d say — surprise surprise — things haven’t changed much. A lot of developments have supposedly … Continue reading

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Mongrel and askal bloggers

I received quite a number of good-quality commentary on my recent article The Establishment Blogger defined and I thought I’d honour those who took the time (and put in the thinking) to provide great feedback with a follow-up article. There … Continue reading

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The Establishment Blogger defined

I’ve used the two-word term “Establishment Bloggers” quite a number of times already across many blog posts, and perhaps it is about time I get around to taking a stab at defining this term a bit more clearly. The concept … Continue reading

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