70,000 incarcerations, 34,000 undocumented tortures, 3,275 extrajudicial killings and 77 disappearances of political dissidents. This is the legacy of the Marcos regime that ruled over the Philippines with the iron shackles of martial law and unprecedented executive power. Despite his 14-year reign being marked by corruption, the marginalization of civil liberties and economic stagnation, this dictator’s son — Bongbong Marcos Jr. — is projected to capture the Philippine Presidency in the 2022 election cycle..
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As geopolitical tensions escalate in Eastern Europe, many point to Russia — the main aggressor in Ukraine — and the United States, the historic protector and patron of Europe in the post-WWII era, as the actors most likely to benefit from the conflict. Since the 2014 invasion of Crimea, the West has engaged in numerous discussions surrounding Russia’s imperial ambitions in former Soviet satellite states, where many view the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a challenge to U.S. hegemony in the region.
From the confines of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, we often think of debates over COVID-19 restrictions through the lens of mask mandates in class and vaccination card requirements for events and venues. While there are active debates surrounding the balance between restrictions that ensure community safety and the promotion of civil liberties, these discussions take an additional sense of urgency in developing countries.