CARTOON EDITORIALS: ‘Manual count begins soon; when will it end?’ – By The Manila Bulletin Monday February 26 2018

Monday, February 26, 2018

7.1.  Twisted yellow spins   – The Daily Tribune

7.2   Manual count begins soon; when will it end? – The Manila Bulletin


7.3.  Bringing pressure to bear   –  The Manila Standard
7.4.  EDSA REVOLUTION  –  The Manila Times

7.5..  Costly traffic –  The Philippine Daily Inquirer

7.6.   Hopes for Tokyo 2020  – The Philippine Star
7.7. Regular na police patrol, kailangan   – Pilipino Star Ngayon
8.1.  European powers grow wary of China embrace  –  For The Straits Times
                                                                                               .Jonathan Eyal – Europe Correspondent

Jonathan Eyal was born in Romania, but has lived most of his life in Britain. Educated at Oxford and London universities, his initial training was in international law and relations, in which he obtained both his first degree and his Master’s with a Distinction. His doctorate, completed at Oxford in 1987, analysed relations between ethnic minorities in Eastern Europe. After teaching at Oxford for three years, Dr Eyal was appointed a researcher at the Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies in London. Since 1990, Dr Eyal has been Director of Studies at the Institute. Dr Eyal has authored books on military relations in the Balkans and Eastern Europe, and became a regular commentator for The Guardian newspaper in London. He started writing for The Straits Times in 2001, and is currently the paper’s Europe Correspondent. He is fluent in French, Romanian, Italian, Hungarian and German.


9.1.  Regime’s best-laid plans still subject to folly –
– The Bangkok Post
100.1   Going away to celebrate a Tết homecoming – Trịnh Lập – Viet Nam News


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