Philippine presidential hopefuls wade into South China Sea dispute

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Four presidential aspirants in the Philippines had varying strategies to resolve disputes in the South China Sea including through building alliances with other nations and boosting military presence in the region, according to interviews with GMA News.
4 months ago·China

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South China Morning Post

Philippine presidential hopefuls wade into South China Sea dispute

Four presidential aspirants in the Philippines had varying strategies to resolve disputes in the South China Sea including through building alliances with other nations and boosting military presence in the region, according to interviews with GMA News.The candidates – Vice-President Leni Robredo, Senators Panfilo Lacson and Manny Pacquiao, and Manila Mayor Isko Moreno – took part in the interviews but Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr, who led last m…

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Presidential Candidates in Philippines Weigh in on China Dispute

(Bloomberg) -- Four presidential aspirants in the Philippines had varying strategies to resolve disputes in the South China Sea including through building alliances with other nations and boosting military presence in the region, according to interviews with GMA News.Continue Reading. Read more on OnWeb by BloombergQuint.

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