Rising Hunger, Falling Harvests
Josemari Luis Lagman
Oct 27, 2023
When the state fumbles with its response to a climate phenomenon that can jeopardize food production, the peasantry is the first to pay the price.
Cracks in the Wall
The ICJ Ruling and the Mounting International Pressure on Israel’s Genocide
Feb 21, 2024
Sustaining a Legacy of Impunity
A Brutal Death and Marcos’s Broken Promise of a ‘Bloodless’ Drug Policy
Sean Marcus Ingalla
Feb 9, 2024
Struggling for Sustenance
Persistence of Chronic Hunger Exposes Gaps in National Food Security Strategies
Grace Francine Mendoza
Feb 8, 2024
Jan 6, 2024
Infighting is par for the course in a political terrain where politicians treat bureaucratic posts as inheritable positions for greater economic gain.
Dec 22, 2023
As wars rage on, people caught in the crossfire of conflict are cornered by two factors: the war at hand and the environmental crisis.
Nov 27, 2023
“Violence is required to build the new urban world on the wreckage of the old.”
Nov 5, 2023
Israel’s occupation of Palestine is a profitable business that stimulates the Israeli economy and international arms conglomerates. Profit underpins the global thirst for bloodshed and carnage.
Dec 17, 2022
Taglay ng mga kabataan ang sigasig na iwasto ang mga nakikitang kamalian sa kanilang ginagalawang lipunan. “Tanging sa militanteng pakikibaka lamang lilitaw ang pinakamahusay sa kabataan.” ani Sison.
Jun 18, 2022
Sa gitna ng dalita, pinipilit na isiwalat ang isang kaaya-ayang imahe ng unibersidad. Ngunit mapanganib ang paggunita sa haraya kung walang kaakibat na pagtugon sa mga kabalintunaan ng kasalukuyan.
Apr 25, 2022
For the Filipino nation, the year 1974 signified the second year of martial rule, or rather, of constitutional authoritarianism.
Nicolas Basilio Antonio
Oct 27, 2021
Filipino and Indonesian communists share a long and consequential history punctuated by stories of solidarity, cooperation, and ultimately, caution.
Nov 16, 2023
UP Diliman’s campus publications are running on deficit, calling for a reexamination of what they face and what they fight for.
Nov 14, 2023
The pervasive struggles of contractual workers, who shoulder the complete weight of agency duties for years without any benefits, reveal how even the government is a violator of its own labor laws.
Oct 23, 2023
Sa pagpapatuloy ng reklamasyon at dredging sa Manila Bay, hindi lang ang pinagkakakitaan ng mga mangingisda ang nakatayang mawala, kundi maging ang kinagisnang buhay.
Oct 1, 2023
Sa kabila ng pagpapalakas ng administrasyon sa Balik-Scientist Program, hirap manatili sa Pilipinas ang mga siyentista dahil sa kawalan ng espasyo para sa kanila rito.
Johnson Santos Jr.
Sep 23, 2023
Tay Noel remembers the field of coconut and fruit trees he spent his youth tilling, now only a memory.
May 6, 2023
Despite the university’s commitment to be a research-oriented institution, researchers remain subjected to delayed wages.
Jul 11, 2023
Apr 11, 2023
Patrick Kyle Adeva
Mary June Ricaña
Mar 16, 2023