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Duterte's latest target: the Commission on Human Rights

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Duterte's latest target : the Commission on Human Rights. / Smith, Tom.

In: The Diplomat Magazine, 08.08.2017.

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abstract = "The Duterte presidency in the Philippines is little over a year old. But his administration{\textquoteright}s short reign provides a cautionary tale of how quickly human rights institutions can become maligned, if not dismantled, if nobody fights back. That fight is decidedly political and must be unashamedly based on human rights.",
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