Duterte: a bibliography

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Abadines, Argee (2017) “Philippine judiciary and criminal justice system under pressure: An inside look”, ASEAN Today, 6th February (accessed at https://www.aseantoday.com/2017/02/philippine-judiciary-and-criminal-justice-system-under-pressure-an-inside-look/).

Abao, Carmel (2017) “Engaging Duterte: the space in Between Populism and Pluralism” in Nicole Curato (ed.) A Duterte Reader: Critical Essays on Rodrigo Duterte’s Early Presidency, Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, pp. 301-318.

Abinales, Patricio & Amoroso, Donna (2017) State and Society in the Philippines, 2nd edn, Lanham MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

ACLED (2018) Duterte’s War: Drug Related Violence in the Philippines, November (accessed at: (https://www.acleddata.com/2018/10/18/dutertes-war-drug-related-violence-in-the-philippines/).

Africa, Jose Enrique et al (2017) Reforming Philippine Anti-Poverty Policy, Quezon City: National Anti-Poverty Commission.

Aguirre, Arjan, P., “Social Media and Election Campaigning: How social media won the Philippine Presidency in 2016?” https://hannover2017.ipsa.org/sites/hannover2017.ipsa.org/files/2017-12/2017_Hannover_Paper_Aguirre.pdf

Almendral, Aurora (2019) “Where 518 Inmates Sleep in Space for 170, and Gangs Hold It Together” New York Times, 7th January.

Altez, Jesse & Caday, Kloyde (2017) “The Mindanaon President” in Nicole Curato (ed.) A Duterte Reader: Critical Essays on Rodrigo Duterte’s Early Presidency, Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, pp. 111-126.

Amnesty International (2017) “If you are poor, you are killed”: Extrajudicial Executions in the Philippines’ “War on Drugs”, Londres: Amnesty International (accessed at https://www.amnestyusa.org/reports/if-you-are-poor-you-are-killed-extrajudicial-executions-in-the-philippines-war-on-drugs/).

Anastacio, Leia (2016) The Foundations of the Modern Philippine State: Imperial Rule and the American Constitutional Tradition, 1898-1935, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Anderson, Benedict (1988) “Cacique democracy in the Philippines: origins and dreams”, New Left Review, 169, May-June: 3-31.

Araral, Eduardo et al (2017) Debate on Federal Philippines: A Citizen’s Handbook, Quezon City: Bughaw (Ateneo de Manila University Press).

Arguelles, Cleve (2017a) “Duterte’s Other War: The Battle for EDSA People Power’s Memory” in Nicole Curato (ed.) A Duterte Reader: Critical Essays on Rodrigo Duterte’s Early Presidency, Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, pp. 263-282.

———————— (2017b) Grounding Populism: Perspectives from the Populist Publics, unpublished Masters’ thesis, Budapest: Central European University.

Arugay, Aries  (2017) “The Philippines in 2016: The Electoral Earthquake and its Aftershocks” in Daljit Singh & Malcolm Cook (eds) Southeast Asian Affairs 2017, Singapore: ISEAS Publishing, pp. 277-296.

—————— & Slater, Dan (2018) “Polarization Without Poles: Machiavellian Conflicts and the Philippines’ Lost Decade of Democracy, 2000-2010”, ANNALS, AAPSS, 681: 122-136.

ASEAN Today (2018) “Duterte’s propaganda machine receives Russian backing”, ASEAN Today, 19th March (accessed at https://www.aseantoday.com/2018/03/dutertes-propaganda-machine-receives-russian-backing/).

Banaag, Miann; Mendoza, Ronald & Penalosa, John (2017) “Political Economy of Federalism: Insights from Data on Guns, Goons and Gold” ASOG Working Paper 17-09, September (accessed at https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?).

Bautista, Lowell (2017) “Duterte and his quixotic war on drugs”, University of Wollongong Research Online, (accessed at http//10.uow.edu.au/Ihapapers/2866).

Bello, Walden (2017) “Rodrigo Duterte: A Fascist Original” in Nicole Curato (ed.) A Duterte Reader: Critical Essays on Rodrigo Duterte’s Early Presidency, Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, pp. 77-92.

Beltran, Jermaine (2017) “The Emergence of the Philippine ‘Anti-Media’: The Duterte Factor”, Jurnal Ilmu Kumunikasi 14 (1): 61-74. (accessed at https://ojs.uajy.ac.id/index.php/jik/article/view/833/984)

Berehulak, Daniel (2016), “’They Are Slaughtering Us Like Animals’”, New York Times, 7th December (accessed at https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/12/07/world/asia/rodrigo-duterte-philippines-drugs-killings.html?).

Bevins, Vincent (2017) “Duterte gets a pass on brutal drug war at Southeast Asia summit”, Washington Post, 30thApril.

Bonoan, Cristina & Dressel, Bjorn (2018) “Dismantling a liberal constitution, one institution at a time” New Mandala, 24th May (accessed at https://www.newmandala.org/dismantling-liberal-constitution-one-institution-time/)

Borja, Lawrence (2018) “Intolerant leaders for intolerant citizens: illiberal values in the Philippines”, New Mandala, 3rd October (accessed at https://www.newmandala.org/intolerant-leaders-intolerant-citizens-illiberal-values-philippines/).

Buenaobra, Maria (2016) “Social Media: a Game changer in the Philippine Elections”, InAsia, 27th April (accessed at https://asiafoundation.org/2016/04/27/social-media-a-game-changer-in-philippine-elections/).

Buendia, Rizal (2015) The Politics of the Bangsamoro Basic Law, Manila: Yuchengco Center, De La Salle University.

Bueza Michael (2016) (“FAST FACTS: What’s the Alsa Masa?”, Rappler, 6th September (accessed at https://www.rappler.com/newsbreak/iq/145270-fast-facts-alsa-masa-davao).

Cabanes, Jason & Cornelio, Jayeel (2017) “The Rise of Trolls in the Philippines ‘And What We can Do About It” in Nicole Curato (ed.) A Duterte Reader: Critical Essays on Rodrigo Duterte’s Early Presidency, Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, pp. 231-250.

Cabrera, Romina (2018) “PDEA: Shabu floods Metro Manila streets; prices drop”, Philstar Global, 10th October, (accessed at: https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2018/10/10/1858832/pdea-shabu-floods-metro-manila-streets-prices-drop).

Caliwan, Christopher (2018) “235 ‘shabu’ labs, dens dismantled in govt’s anti-drug war” Philippine News Agency, 26th September (accessed at: http://www.pna.gov.ph/articles/1049178).

Camroux, David (2018) “Duterte, un cas d’école” in Bertrand Badie & Dominique Vidal (eds), Le retour des populismes, Paris: La Découverte, pp. 214-220.

Casiple, Ramon (2017) “The Duterte Presidency as a Phenomenon”, Contemporary Southeast Asia  38 (2): 179-184.

Castaneda, Jason (2018) “Popular Duterte toys with Philippine democracy”, Asia Times, 2nd July  (accessed at http://www.atimes.com/article/popular-duterte-toys-with-philippine-democracy/).

Cepeda, Mara (2018a) “Robredo’s trust rating remains ‘good’ despite 2-point decline – SWS”, Rappler, 31st October (accessed at https://www.rappler.com/nation/215657-robredo-net-trust-rating-sws-survey-september-2018).

——————— (2018b) “Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, the Speaker: A missed chance for redemption?”, Rappler, 27th December (accessed at: https://www.rappler.com/newsbreak/in-depth/219725-gloria-macapagal-arroyo-missed-chance-redemption-yearend-2018).

Chen, Milan (2018) “Is the Philippines’ Populist Leader Embracing the Climate Change Agenda?”, The Diplomat, 27th December (accessed at: https://thediplomat.com/2018/12/is-the-philippines-populist-leader-embracing-the-climate-change-agenda/).

Chevigny, Paul (2003) “The Populism of Fear: Politics of Crime in the America’s”, Punishment & Society 5(1): 77-96.

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Claudio, Lisandro (2013), Taming People’s Power: The EDSA Revolutions and their Contradictions, Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press.

 ———————– (2017a) Liberalism and the Post-Colony: Thinking the State in the 20th Century Philippines, Singapore: National University of Singapore Press / Kyoto: Kyoto University Press.

———————— (2017b) “Defending Liberalism in the Global South: Notes from Duterte’s Philippines”, The Global South 11(2): 92-107.

————————- & Abinales, Patricio (2017) “Dutertismo, Maoismo, Nasyonallismo” in Nicole Curato (ed.) A Duterte Reader: Critical Essays on Rodrigo Duterte’s Early Presidency, Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, pp. 93-110.

Cook Erin (2018) “What Does Duterte’s Signing of the Bangsamoro Law Mean?” The Diplomat , 1st August (accessed at https://thediplomat.com/2018/08/what-does-dutertes-signing-of-the-bangsamoro-law-mean/.)

Cook, Malcolm (2018) “The Philippines in 2017: Turbulent Consolidation” in Malcolm Cook & Daljit (eds) Southeast Asian Affairs 2018, Singapore: ISEAS Publishing, pp. 267-283.

Coronel, Sheila (2017) “Murder as Enterprise: Police Profiteering in Duterte’s War on Drugs”” in Nicole Curato (ed.) A Duterte Reader: Critical Essays on Rodrigo Duterte’s Early Presidency, Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, pp. 167-198.

——————— et al (2007) The Rulemakers: How the Wealthy and Well-Born Dominate Congress, Quezon City: Philippine Centre for Investigative Journalism.

Cornelio, Jayeel & Medina, Erron (2018) “Duterte’s enduring popularity is not just a political choice – it is also religious”, New Mandala, 3rd September (accessed at https://www.newmandala.org/dutertes-enduring-popularity-not-just-political-choice-also-religious/).

Corrales, Nestor (2018a) “Duterte: Drug war to remain ‘relentless and chilling”, Inquirer.Net, 23rd July (accessed at  https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1013351/duterte-drug-war-will-be-relentless-and-chilling).

———————— (2018b) “Duterte to Reds: You deserve no mercy” Inquirer.Net, 19th December. (accessed at https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1064468/duterte-to-reds-you-deserve-no-mercy).

de la Cruz, Deidre (2012) “From the power of prayer to prayer power: on religion and revolt in the modern Philippines” in Lina Chua et al (eds) Southeast Asian Perspectives on Power, London: Routledge, pp.165-180.

Curato, Nicole (2016) “Politics of Anxiety, Politics of Hope: Penal Populism and Duterte’s Rise to Power”, Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 3/2016: 91-110.

——————– (2017a) “We Need to Talk about Rody” in Nicole Curato A Duterte Reader: Critical Essays on Rodrigo Duterte’s Early Presidency, Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, pp. 1-36.

——————- (2017b) “Fighting with Authoritarian Fantasies? Rodrigo Duterte and the New Terms of Philippine Populism” Journal of Contemporary Asia 47 (1): 142-153.

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——————- & Ong, Jonathan (2018) “Who Laughs at a Rape Joke? Illiberal Responsiveness in Rodrigo Duterte’s Philippines”, in Tanja Dreher & Anshuman Mondal eds) Ethical Responsiveness and the Politics of Difference, Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 117-132.

Dacara, Jodel & Templonuevo, Danielle (2018) “Criminalizing poverty and the poor: Unmasking Duterte’s anti-people regime” in Jennifer del Rosario-Malonzo (ed.) State Terror & Tyranny in the Philippines: US-backed Oplan Kapayapaan and Duterte’s Attacks on People’s Rights”, Quezon City: IBON International, pp. 1-7.

Dayupay, Jay (2017) “Duterte ‘wants to make’ Pacquiao president” ABS-CBN News, 18th December (accessed at: https://news.abs-cbn.com/news/12/18/17/duterte-wants-to-make-pacquiao-president)

de la Torre, Carlos (2019) “Global populism: Histories, trajectories, problems, and challenges” in Carlos de la Torre (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Global Populism, London: Routledge, pp. 1-27.

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Dizon, Nikko (2018) “FVR leads token celebration of EDSA People Power revolution” Inquirer,net, 25th February (accessed at https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/971217/news-fidel-v-ramos-edsa-people-power-revolution).

Eatwell, Roger & Goodwin, Roger (2018) National Populism: The Revolt Against Liberal Democracy, London: Penguin.

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Elemia, Camille (2016) “Leni Robredo: the New ‘Default’ Face of the Opposition, Rappler, 6th December (accessed at https://www.rappler.com/newsbreak/in-depth/154629-leni-robredo-new-face-opposition).

———————- (2018) “Why the Senate backed Trillanes but not De Lima vs Duterte”, Rappler, 23rd September (accessed at: https://www.rappler.com/newsbreak/in-depth/212609-why-senate-backed-trillanes-not-de-lima-against-duterte-cases).

Ellis-Petersen, Hannah (2018) “Philippines: Rodrigo Duterte orders soldiers to shoot female rebels ‘in the vagina’ The Guardian, 13th February.

Flores, Mikhail (2019) “Philippine rebels on cusp of Muslim autonomy dream”, Nikkei Asian Review, 5th January (accessed at: https://asia.nikkei.com/Politics/Philippine-rebels-on-cusp-of-Muslim-autonomy-dream).

Fonbuena, Carmela (2016) “New ‘party’ Kilusang Pagbabago formed to protect Duterte” Rappler 5th December (accessed at https://www.rappler.com/newsbreak/in-depth/153167-kilusang-pagbabago-duterte-evasco).

Franco, Joseph (2017) “Uncertainty in Duterte’s Muslim Mindanao” in Daljit Singh & Malcolm Cook (eds) Southeast Asian Affairs 2017, Singapore: ISEAS Publishing, pp. 297-311.

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———————- (2016b) “TIMELINE: The Marcos Burial Controversy”, Rappler, 18th November (accessed at: https://www.rappler.com/newsbreak/iq/151667-timeline-ferdinand-marcos-burial-controversy

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————————— (2018a) The Rise of Duterte: A Populist Revolt against Elite Democracy, Basingstoke UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

————————— (2018b) “Duterte to China: ‘If You Want, Just Make Us a Province’”, Asia Times, 22 February. http://www.atimes.com/article/duterte-china-want-just-make-us-province/

————————— (2018c) “Philippines-China – after the rainbow, more rain” Nikkei Asian Review, 4th December (accessed at https://asia.nikkei.com/Opinion/Philippines-China-after-the-rainbow-more-rain).

—————————- (2019a) “Duterte versus bishops, liberals and communists”, Nikkei Asian Review, 1st January (accessed at: https://asia.nikkei.com/Opinion/Duterte-versus-bishops-liberals-and-communists).

—————————- (2019b) “Duterte’s pivot to China less than meets the eye”, East Asia Forum, 4th January (accessed at: http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2019/01/04/dutertes-pivot-to-china-less-than-meets-the-eye/#more-162958)

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———————————————- (2012) “Patronage-based parties and the democratic deficit in the Philippines: origins, evolution, and the imperatives of reform” in Richard Robison (eds) Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Politics, London: Routledge, pp. 97-119.

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——————– (2018) “Excessive Use of Deadly Force by Police in the Philippines”, Journal of Contemporary Asia 48 (4): 671-684.

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—————— (2017b) “Global Populism: A Lineage of Filipino Strongmen from Quezon to Marcos and Duterte” Kasarinilan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies 32 (1-2): 7-53.

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——————— (2017b) “Is the Philippine’s Duterte Forming a Junta?” The Diplomat Magazine, 31, June, pp. 128-131.

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