Author: Gloria Fernandez, Rosita Perez, Sandra Repulda, and Normita G. Recto
Price: N/A | Availability: Out of Stock
Year of Publication: 1974
The work covers "the initial establishment of relations between the Philippines and the South Korean Republic in 1948, to the period f a trend towards the multi-polarization in the East Asian region in the 1970s."
Author: Elisa Tible-Caoyonan
Price: PhP 100 | Availability: In Stock
Year of Publication: 1994
VIEW TABLE OF CONTENTS • INTRODUCTION
This book determines "how technology transfer as an activity of development diplomacy can help promote development. It is based on the premise that foreign policy in general, or development diplomacy, in particular, affects the economy."
The book reflects on the diplomatic history, academic exchanges, and the cultural, political and developmental linkages between Iran and the Philippines.
This book features the works of "Korean and Filipino scholars, government officials, representatives of government and private agencies and corporations concerned with contemporary Korean affairs and Philippine-South Korean relations."
This book takes "analyz[es] the parallel initiatives..by the governments and civil societies in the Philippines and South Korea to promote tolerance and understanding in the wake of threats to national stability in both Republics."
This book is a part of a series of annotated bibliographies on various topics of academic interest and national issues of current concern meant to be used by the public, government officials, policy planners and researchers
Authors: Aileen S.P. Baviera and Jay Batongbacal
Price: Free Online • Year of Publication: 2013
The issues..."are framed from a Filipino perspective that focuses on information.. considered to be most important and of interest to citizens of this country, rather than information that may be highlighted by...foreign authors, organizations or governments. The contents are not intended as advocacy of any particular position or policy.