In the Pipeline: January 2014
In The Pipeline

In the Pipeline: January 2014

In the Pipeline is a monthly roundup of upcoming conferences, lectures, and other events to get up to speed on the social sciences. Interested parties may contact the editorial staff by clicking on “Contact Us” on the left sidebar or by emailing thedailyopium@gmail.com The Third World Studies Center will hold A public lecture by Dr. Maria Makabenta … Continue reading

[Part 2] A not so deliberate agenda: How the 14th and 15th House of Representatives funded ARMM and Muslim Mindanao through a thematic analysis of Congressional Records
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[Part 2] A not so deliberate agenda: How the 14th and 15th House of Representatives funded ARMM and Muslim Mindanao through a thematic analysis of Congressional Records

Editor’s Note: This is the 2nd part of a two part paper discussing the peculiarities and process of budget deliberations in the 14th and 15th Congress particularly in relation to the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao. To access the 1st part, please click this link:  http://wp.me/p3uni6-h9 Part 2: Themes in Congressional Records and Summary SEARCHING … Continue reading

[Part 1] A not so deliberate agenda: How the 14th and 15th House of Representatives funded ARMM and Muslim Mindanao through a thematic analysis of Congressional Records
News and Features

[Part 1] A not so deliberate agenda: How the 14th and 15th House of Representatives funded ARMM and Muslim Mindanao through a thematic analysis of Congressional Records

Part 1: Introduction and the ARMM appropriations For most of September 2013, the Government of the Philippines (GPH) faced a stand-off against the rebel faction of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF).[1][2][3][4][5] The rebel faction, headed by Nur Misuari[6][7], the former regional governor of the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), razed through Zamboanga City, … Continue reading