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Philippines

This page displays all Asia Society content on the Philippines in reverse chronological order. For more Asia Society work on the Philippines, please visit Asia Society Philippines, established on March 22, 1999 by Washington Sycip with a mission to promote the understanding of Asia. Asia Society Philippines aims to strengthen relationships and bridge differences across the Philippines, Asia and the United States.

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Asia 21 Young Leader Xyza Cruz Bacani ('18) publishes her first book, "We Are Like Air."

UPCOMING EVENTS

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Over 90 young leaders from across Asia gathered in Manila for discussion, networking, and activities. Here are the highlights.
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Ernestine Fu, Paul Rivera, and Duncan Clark discuss harnessing the potential of artificial intelligence at the Asia 21 Young Leaders summit in Manila, Philippines.
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Robredo discusses her surprising political career and then engages in conversation with Timothy Graham Watts during the Asia 21 Young Leaders Conference.
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Durreen Shahnaz, John Haffner, and Rick Pal discuss the importance of values in leadership at the Asia 21 Young Leaders Summit in Manila, Philippines.
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The Philippine politician, a member of the inaugural Asia 21 Young Leaders class of 2006, spoke to participants of this year's summit about leadership.
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Asia 21 Young Leaders participate in the 2018 Action Lab in Manila, Philippines.
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India and Indonesia business | Summit watching | Reporting Asia
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By Greg Earl, Editor, Asia Briefing and Disruptive Asia, Asia Society Australia

Australia can’t turn away from the challenges and shouldn’t miss the opportunities that such a diverse region as South-East Asia will keep presenting.
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By Huong Le Thu, Senior analyst, Defence and Strategy Program, Australian Strategic Policy Institute

South-East Asian leaders must relearn how to agree on their joint regional interests if they are going to be able to manage the rise of China.
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By Natalie Sambhi, Research Fellow, Perth USAsia Centre

Australia, Indonesia and the Philippines are natural partners in promoting security and preserving stability in the maritime domains of their shared region.
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By Aim Sinpeng, Lecturer in Comparative Politics, Department of Government and International Relations & Co-Founder of Sydney Cyber Security Network, University of Sydney

How Australia chooses to engage with the region on social media regulation will test the limits of its global commitment to promoting a free and secure cyberspace.
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By Sandra Seno-Alday, Lecturer of International Business, University of Sydney Business School

The economic transformation of South-East Asia is led by extraordinary but practically invisible women entrepreneurs. How can the region’s leaders unlock their potential and share their remarkable story?
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By Kelly Gerard, Senior Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences, University of Western Australia

Empowering women is a long-term agenda of the region’s social transformation. Are the current policy approaches working?
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The class of 2018 — 30 extraordinary selectees from across Asia — traveled to the Philippines for discussion, celebration, and networking.
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A discussion of ASPI Distinguished Fellow Marty Natelegawa's new book about the Indo-Pacific's longest-standing regional organization.