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Communist New People’s Army (NPA) rebels hold weapons in formation in the hinterlands of Davao, Philippines, Dec. 26, 2013 (AP photo).

Though Greatly Weakened, Philippine Communist Insurgency Holds Steady

Monday, April 6, 2015

In late February, communist rebels killed five Philippine soldiers in an ambush in the northern Ilocos Sur province. In an email interview, Patricio Abinales, a professor of Asian studies at the School of Pacific and Asian Studies at the University of Hawaii-Manoa, discussed the Philippine communist insurgency.

WPR: What are the objectives of the New People’s Army, and how has their insurgency evolved over the past decade? ...

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