Monthly Archives: July 2008

INTERVIEW OF LUIS JALANDONI, National Democratic Front, Philippines: Re-visiting the People’s Tribunal


JUDGEMENT AT THE HAGUE: U.S. IMPERIALISM & ARROYO REGIME IN THE PHILIPPINES ON TRIAL BEFORE THE PERMANENT PEOPLE’S TRIBUNAL (March 2007) With an interview of Luis Jalandoni, representative of the National Democratic Front-Philippines Negotiating Panel On February 21, Professor Philip … Continue reading

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ON GENOCIDE: THE U.S. RECORD IN THE PHILIPPINES


U.S. GENOCIDE IN THE PHILIPPINES AND THE URGENT NEED TO PREVENT ITS REPETITION Lest people forget, the U.S. ruling class today, since the end of the Cold War and the beginning of the Gulf War, has been deeply mired in … Continue reading

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TOWARD THE VICTORY OF THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC REVOLUTION


RECAPITULATING THE  SINGULARITY OF THE NATIONAL LIBERATION  STRUGGLE  IN A MORIBUND U.S. NEOCOLONY by E. SAN JUAN, Jr. When U.S. occupation troops in Iraq continued to suffer casualties every day after the war officially ended, academics and journalists began in … Continue reading

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TOWARD INTERNATIONALISM


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U.S. IMPERIAL TERROR AND “POST-COLONIAL” GLOBALIZATION


POSTCOLONIAL  CUL-DE-SAC  AND THE RETURN OF U.S. IMPERIAL TERROR E. SAN JUAN, Jr. A few months before his death, Edward Said, arguably the founding “patriarch” of postcolonial studies, reassessed his critique of “Orientalism” by affirming the value of “humanistic critique … Continue reading

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RE-VISITING THE ANTICIPATED OVERTHROW OF THE FASCIST REGIME


THE MAY DAY THESES: EMERGENCY TOOLKIT FOR THE DISMANTLING OF THE ARROYO KILLING MACHINE By E. SAN JUAN, Jr. Ang sagot sa dahas ay dahas din, kung bingi sa katwiran. [The answer to force is force, if deaf to reason.] … Continue reading

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APPROACHING THE EMERGING FILIPINO DIASPORA


Trajectories of the Filipino Diaspora Abstract Unlike the historic diasporas of the past, the worldwide dispersal of Filipino bodies is a product of transnational or globalised capitalism. Peripheralised by the colonial legacies of 300 years of Spanish rule and half-a-century … Continue reading

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