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On the implications of Kamala Harris’ SEA visit

On August 22-26, 2021, Vice President Kamala Harris visited Singapore and Vietnam with the so-called aim of strengthening economic cooperation between nations.¹ These state...

The real state of the nation

On July 26, Philippine President Duterte held his final State of the Nation Address (SONA). This annual event features a nationwide public broadcast of...

New members of APRN Board of Trustees

ANNOUNCEMENT: The Asia Pacific Research Network Foundation, Inc. is pleased to announce the newly elected Board of Trustees (BoT) namely: R. Rev. Fr. Ressureccion RB Reyes...

A call to struggle beyond the SDGs and the Agenda 2030:...

According to the most recent UNESCAP report on the achievement of the SDGs in the Asia-Pacific region, the region is said to be so...

Hands off Otto De Vries! Hands off EILER! — research group

The Asia Pacific Research Network (APRN) strongly condemns the attack against our fellow researcher and trade union activist Otto De Vrie. The Philippine government...

[DAY 3] Research conference highlights

To open the third day of the APRN Research Conference 2021, Peter Murphy from WORKINS elaborated today's theme on National Industrialization and Monetary and...

[DAY 2] Research conference highlights

Over one hundred representatives from CSOs, and POs as well as development workers and experts on trade in Asia Pacific are set to gather...

[DAY 1] Research conference highlights

Over one hundred representatives from CSOs, and POs as well as development workers and experts on trade in Asia Pacific are set to gather...

APRN Newsletter – 3rd Quarter 2020

Inside stories: 75 years after the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings: Stand for peace amidst covert nuclear stockpilingHow dams affected IP communities in Myanmar and the...

Defend people’s rights! Stand vs. drift toward authoritarianism in Asia Pacific

The global pandemic has caused a meltdown of the world’s economies. Millions of businesses, most of them small and medium enterprises (SMEs), were forced...