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A Renewed Philippine-United States Alliance A Renewed Philippine-United States Alliance
President Joe Biden meets with Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. in the Oval Office in May 2023
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Lance D. Jackson
Number 660
Mr. Julio Amador III & Lisa Marie Palma, Executive Director of the Philippine-American Educational Foundation and Project Assistant at FACTS Asia, respectively, explain that “the Philippine-United States alliance was reinvigorated under President Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr. and his ‘friend to all, enemy to none’ foreign policy.”
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"The Biden administration should keep in mind that domestic politics bears considerable implications for the alliance. Regarding economic relations, the United States needs to remain committed to policies that diversify supply chains and create opportunities for business and investment projects in the Philippines."


Number 660
Mr. Julio Amador III & Lisa Marie Palma, Executive Director of the Philippine-American Educational Foundation and Project Assistant at FACTS Asia, respectively, explain that “the Philippine-United States alliance was reinvigorated under President Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr. and his ‘friend to all, enemy to none’ foreign policy.”
for additional titles in the
Asia Pacific Bulletin

"The Biden administration should keep in mind that domestic politics bears considerable implications for the alliance. Regarding economic relations, the United States needs to remain committed to policies that diversify supply chains and create opportunities for business and investment projects in the Philippines."


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