A salesman at a Huawei booth in Manila. Under Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, a century-old pattern of strategic subservience to the US is coming to an end. Photo: Xinhua
Richard Heydarian
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Opinion

Richard Heydarian

US-Philippine ties fray further with Manila’s embrace of China’s Huawei

  • The Philippines now feels sufficiently confident to embed Chinese companies in its critical infrastructure, even if this move could affect security cooperation with the US, writes Richard Heydarian

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A salesman at a Huawei booth in Manila. Under Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, a century-old pattern of strategic subservience to the US is coming to an end. Photo: Xinhua
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A Huawei logo and a 5G sign are pictured at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Shanghai, June 28, 2019. Photo: Reuters

US Justice Department asks federal judge to throw out Huawei’s lawsuit against sales ban

  • The US has been engaged in a global campaign to block Huawei from so-called 5G communications networks
Topic |   Huawei

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A Huawei logo and a 5G sign are pictured at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Shanghai, June 28, 2019. Photo: Reuters
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