Glenda M. Gloria, Rappler

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Past articles by Glenda:

[ANALYSIS] 100 days with Marcos: All smoke and mirrors?

What do we know about the second President Marcos? Nothing much, is the sad truth. → Read More

In the Philippines, Will Marcos Give the Media Hell Like Duterte Did?

The rise of hyper-partisan influencers has made it easier for those seeking power to control the flow of information. → Read More

[ANALYSIS] A generation that’s losing sleep over Marcos Jr.

Yes, our generation did f__ up. But so did the tyrant whose daughter is now campaigning with – and for – a family that her grandmother once bravely fought. → Read More

[OPINION] The military’s wrong war

Why this current noise against the communists buries the armed forces’ real enemy → Read More

[OPINION] The Philippine military and its hypocrisy

Who is the biggest recruiter for the communist movement? Surely the generals know? → Read More

[OPINION] The Philippine military and its hypocrisy

Who is the biggest recruiter for the communist movement? Surely the generals know? → Read More

A virus that's reshaping the world: This week's outlook

The coronavirus outbreak is not only messing up everyone’s business and personal travel plans, but is also hitting economies hard and reshaping the global supply chain that the world has grown accustomed to → Read More

War with the NPA, war without end

From our archives: The Philippine military is treading dangerous waters with its counterinsurgency experiments → Read More

Calida's guns: This week's outlook

Calida's guns: This week's outlook Published 10:30 AM, February 11, 2020 Updated 10:30 AM, February 11, 2020 In case you missed my newsletter last week, here it is: Will February be calmer? This week's outlook With guns blazing, Solicitor General Jose Calida opened the week on Monday, February 10, with a shock petition against ABS-CBN before the Supreme Court, asking the justices to void the… → Read More

Will February be calmer? This week's outlook

And so it is that all our hopes for a calmer February may have been dashed. What happened last month anyway that could impact the coming weeks? → Read More

Golpe de gulat: This week's outlook

Golpe de gulat is the Duterte administration's tool in telling the business elite that their time is up, that the future belongs to a new oligarchy → Read More

In God's country: This week's outlook

The Philippines’ biggest court verdict this year is set to be promulgated on Thursday, when a Quezon City court is scheduled to decide on the worst case of media killings in the country’s history → Read More

Barack, Michelle, and Julia Roberts: This week’s outlook

There’s no breather in the newsroom this week. For one, the Obamas are in the neighborhood! → Read More

Follow the money: This week's outlook

While the road to the SEA Games was paved with good intentions, it’s riddled with holes that are being covered up now by a massive propaganda network → Read More

Greed and the SEA Games: This week's outlook

Are you one of the 'unpatriotic' Filipinos who griped and groused over the Philippines’ (lack of) preparations for the 2019 Southeast Asian Games? → Read More

The impossibility of the drug war: This week's outlook

At this stage in the drug war, is the PNP ready to be tamed or is it more anxious to cover its ass? → Read More

Why should we alter our course? This week's outlook

We wonder how many stories in the high seas are left untold – whether by Philippine Navy troops who would get into confrontations with Chinese ships or Filipino fishermen who are constantly harassed in our own waters → Read More

The dead and the living: This week's outlook

In the Philippines, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s death will likely have little operational impact on the recruitment and plans of terrorists, who thrive on our porous backdoor and fertile areas for agitation → Read More

Student rage

If you think the young will back down from the chaos, think again. The world beckons them to act. → Read More

When to quit

When does resignation become an act of courage and a show of character? When does it serve the greater good? → Read More