President Johnson mingles with the crowd during the Manila Summit.

Manila rolls out red carpet for six world leaders

The city was set for an enthusiastic welcome Sunday for President Johnson and five other chiefs of state arriving for a 7-nation summit conference.

Warship carries relief goods to Philippines from Catholic mission

Mother Teresa's Missionary Sisters of Charity have much in common with the guided-missile destroyer USS Fife and other Navy ships.

Year in review: A look back at the top Pacific stories from 2002

1. Turmoil in South Korea

Duterte wants all foreign troops out of Philippines within 2 years

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Wednesday he wants all foreign troops out of his country and may need to “revise or abrogate agreements,” which could include a base-sharing agreement with U.S. troops.

The Philippines’ ‘Dirty Harry’ could alter security balance for US, China

Washington’s goals for free movement in the South China Sea were never simple.

Navy sends Growlers to Philippines amid continuing sea tensions

Four Navy E/A-18G Growler aircraft and 120 personnel arrived at Clark Air Base on Wednesday to help the Philippines patrol its sea borders amid heightened tensions over territorial rights in the South China Sea.

Philippines encouraged by talks with US admiral over dispute with China

The United States reassured the Philippines it will patrol areas of the South China Sea disputed by Manila and Beijing, Philippine officials said after a visit from the head of U.S. Pacific Command.

LIST OF EVENTS

How Many Candies in the Jar Contest

Nov 2020

Facebook |

Pacific Wide

Subscribe to the 75th Anniversary Newsletter

By signing up you agree to our Terms of use and
Privacy Policy.

Special thank you to our sponsor