Weak regulations in parts of Africa and Southeast Asia are contributing to North Korea's revenue streams, recent research shows.
Rebels aligned with Islamic State are close to being defeated in the southern Philippine city of Marawi.
Philippine President Duterte's use of martial law could generate even more resentment in Mindanao, says Roberto Herrera-Lim, Teneo Intelligence.
It's easier for Southeast Asians to travel to the southern Philippines to link up with militants than to travel to Syria, says Zachary Abuza, National War College.
Indonesians and Malaysians were among foreign Jihadists fighting the Philippine army in Mindanao island.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's hint of nationwide martial law has triggered fears of further human rights violations.
A U.S. Navy destroyer was traveling close to Mischief Reef in the Spratly Islands in a move likely to anger China.
The Philippines is experiencing some of the largest volumes of increased demand from Southeast Asian travelers this summer.
Trump has said "a major, major conflict" with North Korea is possible because of its nuclear and missile programs.
President Donald Trump applauded President Rodrigo Duterte for his violent crackdown on drugs in the Philippines, according to the New York Times.
Philippine President Duterte said he wouldn't rule out placing the entire country under martial law if the threat of Islamic State spreads.
Richard Heydarian, De La Salle University, says Duterte cutting his trip to Russia short suggests the situation in the Philippines is serious.
MANILA, Philippines— Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte left Monday for a four-day official visit to Russia, where he will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin and witness the signing of several agreements, including on defense cooperation and trade. In his departure speech, Duterte said the visit underscores his independent foreign policy and...
MANILA, May 19- Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Friday Chinese counterpart China Xi Jinping had warned him there would be war if Manila tried to enforce an arbitration ruling and drill for oil in a disputed part of the South China Sea. In remarks that could infuriate China, Duterte hit back at domestic critics who said he has gone soft on Beijing by...
MANILA, Philippines— The Philippines' top diplomat said Friday the government's new policy of rejecting aid with conditions applies to all donor countries, not just the European Union. He earlier challenged the EU to stop its assistance after the bloc warned that the Philippines risked losing tariff-free exports to Europe due to the thousands of people...
MANILA, Philippines— Twenty-five South Koreans have been arrested in metropolitan Manila on suspicion of internet fraud or illegal online gambling, Philippine authorities said Friday. Twelve of the suspects are wanted back home for allegedly duping their compatriots into investing money in bogus real estate projects in the Philippines, Bureau of...
Beijing and its Southeast Asian neighbors have agreed to a framework for a code of conduct in the South China Sea, the SCMP reports.
MANILA, Philippines— The European Union says the Philippines sent notice it will no longer accept assistance from the 28- nation bloc, putting at stake 250 million euros in new EU grants. But President Rodrigo Duterte had earlier challenged the EU to stop its assistance after the 28- nation bloc had warned that the Philippines risks losing tariff-free exports...
China reportedly installed rocket launchers on a disputed South China Sea reef to ward off Vietnamese military combat divers.
Homegrown militants in the Philippines are increasingly turning their focus to holiday hot-spots, potentially spelling trouble for the tourist-dependent economy.