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From Duterte to Marcos Jr: a discussion board

This on-line discussion board examines the transition from the Duterte administration to the incoming presidency of Marcos Jr. With the Duterte presidency extensively thought of a rupture in Philippine politics, we ask: What are the principle legacies of the Duterte administration that may affect the brand new Marcos Jr administration? Will the incoming administration largely comply with within the footsteps of Rodrigo Duterte or forge new agendas and insurance policies?

Audio system handle these questions with explicit consideration to the rule of regulation and the judiciary, patterns of political mobilisation, and media and disinformation.

Opening Remarks/Facilitator:

Mary Joyce Bulao is a PhD scholar within the Division of Political and Social Change on the Coral Bell College of Asia Pacific Affairs. Her work is generally targeted on Philippine elections, political machines, various politics, and participatory governance. She completed her BA and MA in Political Science from the College of the Philippines and De La Salle College, respectively. She is a college member of the Ateneo de Naga College within the Bicol area of the Philippines.

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Cleve V. Arguelles is a political scientist doing analysis on populism within the Philippines and Southeast Asia. He’s PhD candidate within the Division of Political and Social Change on the ANU Bell College and Assistant Professorial Lecturer within the Division of Political Science and Improvement Research at De La Salle College. His analysis on democracy, disinformation and youth have been revealed in Asian Politics & Coverage, Democratic Concept, Overview of Ladies’s Research, and Southeast Asian Affairs.

Cristina Bonoan is a lawyer and a Senior Lecturer on the College of the Philippines (UP) School of Regulation. Specialising in governance and human rights, her analysis is anxious with problems with judicial politics, rule of regulation, and entry to justice.

Björn Dressel is an Affiliate Professor on the ANU Crawford College of Public Coverage. His analysis is anxious with problems with comparative constitutionalism, judicial politics and governance and public sector reform in Asia. He has revealed in a spread of worldwide journals, together with Governance; Administration & Society; Worldwide Political Science Overview, and Pacific Overview. He’s the editor of The Judicialization of Politics in Asia (Routledge, 2012) and co-editor of Politics and Constitutions in Southeast Asia (Routledge, 2016) and From Aquino II to Duterte: Continuity, Change–and Rupture (ISEAS, 2019). You may comply with him on twitter @BjoernDressel.

Ross Tapsell is a senior lecturer and researcher at ANU specialising in Southeast Asian media, digital cultures & disinformation. His latest publications embrace ‘Divide and rule: Populist crackdowns and media elites within the Philippines’ in Journalism, 2021 and (with Jon Ong) ‘Demystifying disinformation shadow economies: Faux information work fashions in Indonesia and the Philippines’ in Asian Journal of Communication, vol 32, 2022.

This occasion was collectively sponsored by the Division of International Affairs and the Coral Bell College.



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