EDITORIALS–CARTOONS: MANILA – EXPEDITING THE MIGRATION OF FILIPINOS WHO ARE NOT HAPPY WITH THE ELECTION RESULTS…

EXPEDITING THE MIGRATION OF FILIPINOS WHO ARE NOT HAPPY WITH THE ELECTION RESULTS…

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The Straits Times says
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No winners from a clash of civilisations
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Chinese President Xi Jinping’s recent rejection of a clash-of-civilisations thesis was a rejoinder to an American official who said that the United States is, for the first time, facing a competitor that is not Caucasian. The official, in doing so, suggested that the current Sino-US trade dispute is a contest between two countries from different civilisations and with differing ideologies. While the ideological dimension of the Sino-American contest for power and influence is real, civilisation has nothing to do with it. Trade disputes, political differences and strategic dissonance between Beijing and Washington have become serious global issues of late. But they do not detract from the record of Sino-American friendship for more than two decades after the end of the Cold War. Indeed, China and America belong to the same civilisations then as they do now.It is apposite that President Xi’s comments were made at a conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilisations. It served to underline the point that Asia must not be held hostage by presumed differences with the West – differences that are often exacerbated by notions of racial superiority. Granted, Asia is not a homogeneous civilisational space. It is differentiated by its Sinic, Austronesian, Indic, Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Hebrew and other strands. Yet these strands overlap and interweave into a coherent Asian whole – which then engages the similarly rich diversity of the West, that has been made up of strands from across Europe and North America.TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE:     https://www.straitstimes.com/opinion/st-editorial/no-winners-from-a-clash-of-civilisations

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THAILAND’S BANGKOK POST

EDITORIAL :  Journalism’s duty of quality

As the #NationBusted hashtag circulated online on March 20 following widespread criticism about Nation TV’s broadcasting of a doctored audio clip, The Nation newspaper did not attempt to play down the story the following day. Neither did it bury the story for the sake of saving the face of its sister media house. Instead, it carried the story on the front page of its print edition.

Reporting on Nation TV’s airing of the clip, which was altered to mislead the audience into thinking that it was a conversation between ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra and Future Forward Party leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, the paper referred to its sister outlet as “a right-leaning TV station”.

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Running the story on its front-page was a statement in itself that the paper wanted to remain independent. Sadly, The Nation will publish its last print edition on June 28 when it turns 48.

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The decision came after the paper’s owners, Nation Multimedia Group, said they were hoping to halt…

TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE: https://www.bangkokpost.com/opinion/opinion/1679844/journalisms-duty-of-quality

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PHILIPPINES’ EDITORIAL CARTOONS:

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MANILA STANDARD

> Davids

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MANILA TIMES

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P.D.INQUIRER

> Comelec must explain

PHILSTAR

 > Dumping ground

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PILIPINO STAR NGAYON

>  Depektibong VCMs nararapat nang palitan

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