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PhISO-UP Asian Center: Forging A New Philippine Foreign Policy collaborative project


Forging a New Philippine Foreign Policy (FNPFP) features research papers, commentaries, analyses, and updates on different Philippine foreign-policy related news, covering the country’s relations with various and regions of the world. Click here for the website and here for the Facebook page.

The PhISO-FNPFP collaborative project aims to:

1) Promote open and constructive debates on how regional and global developments impact on the Filipino nation,
2) Provide inputs for policymakers,
3) Help build and expand constituencies for the study of Philippine foreign relations, and
4) Create an online databank for students and researchers of Philippine foreign policy.

To Authors:

Specific instructions for authors are available here. After reading the instructions, you may proceed submitting your initial proposal by completing the ‘Author Proposal Form (APF)’ here.

If you have any inquiries, please email us at publications@phiso.org.


The first commentator is Mr. Ricardo Roy A. Lopez. He is an MA Candidate in Asian Studies, Specializing in Southeast Asian Studies at the University of the Philippines Diliman –Asian Center. His research interests include Southeast Asian Studies, international relations, peace and conflict studies. In terms of publication, he has contributed two articles in the Ateneo De Manila University – Department of Sociology and Anthropolgy’s Verstehen project. He has also presented his research paper entitled “Peace and Autonomy: Indonesia and the Philippines” at the 20th Anniversary Conference of the Southeast Asian Studies Regional Exchange Program (SEASREP) last Nov. 4-5, 2015 at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

His analytical commentaries are:

30 May 2016 –  2016 Elections and the Philippines’ Sabah Claim

25 July 2016 – OFWs and Philippine Foreign Policy

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