Sometimes when we discuss books, readers will say that they do not enjoy older texts because they “moralize.” Certainly the tone or manner of moralizing can affect how readers perceive the messages being imparted. For instance, The Lord of the Rings might be said to promote the message that friendship, mercy, and self-sacrifice are positive […]
Non-Moro IP Provisions in Senate Bill 1717 and House Bill 6475: Compliant to FAB-CAB and the 1987 Philippine Constitution By Alim M. Bandara The two versions of the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) –Senate Bill 1717 and House Bill 6475 have been met with diverse reactions from different stakeholders in the Bangsamoro core areas and outside […]
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Being a student attending schools with American systems, I have studied everything about the United States, from their form of government to their constitution and human rights. Recently, I wrote an article on the Trump-Kim summit, and I highlighted how the summit has taken away the spotlight from North Korea and its human rights violations. […]