Rappler reporter Sofia Tomacruz sat down with UP assistant professor of political science Enrico Gloria to talk about latest tensions in Taiwan. Look at the interview on August 10 at 6pm.
MANILA, Philippines — Adhering to China’s unparalleled stay-fireplace drills in seven areas all-around Taiwan’s self-governing island following the go to of U.S. Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan on August 3 previous year, China a short while ago introduced that it will hold new drills close to Taiwan. Military services routines.
The exercising has drawn interest from international locations in the area, which includes the Philippines, which urged all functions to exercising restraint and have interaction in dialogue.
But the prolonged drills, together with China’s cessation of multiple talks with the U.S. in a number of regions, counsel tensions are much from above and the rivalry involving the two nations could continue on for longer.
In Asia, some nations see escalating tensions as a signal of far more current volatility. How does this affect the Philippines? How need to the Marcos govt react?
Rappler reporter Sofia Tomacruz sat down with Enrico Gloria, assistant professor of political science at the University of the Philippines, to address these issues and a lot more. Observe the interview on Wednesday, August 10 at 6pm. Rappler.com