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Noel T. Tarrazona
Noel T. Tarrazona

Noel T. Tarrazona is a freelance online journalist and a broadcast reporter. For 10 years, he has written and published articles focusing on ASEAN-Middle East trade relations, South China Sea, violent extremism in Southeast Asia and Asia-Pacific geopolitics. He provides business advisory services to multi-national companies in the Philippines. Noel can be reached at ntarrazona@gmail.com.

COLUMNISTS
Noel T. Tarrazona
Noel T. Tarrazona

Noel T. Tarrazona is a freelance online journalist and a broadcast reporter. For 10 years, he has written and published articles focusing on ASEAN-Middle East trade relations, South China Sea, violent extremism in Southeast Asia and Asia-Pacific geopolitics. He provides business advisory services to multi-national companies in the Philippines. Noel can be reached at ntarrazona@gmail.com.

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What is behind the sharp fall in number of Filipino workers in the Middle East?

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Although the Middle East has become second home to about 2.5 million skilled Filipino workers, a ...

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Thursday, 27 December 2018

With China’s new structural presence in the South China Sea, the Philippine government through ...

Can martial law end ISIS-inspired groups in the Philippines?

Friday, 21 December 2018

The proposal to extend martial law in southern Philippines until the end of 2019 has drawn mixed ...

Philippines poised to become Asia’s Halal hub to join $3.5 trln market

Tuesday, 27 November 2018

Believing in the potential trade relations between the Philippines and the Muslim market in the ...

Can Duterte’s new council build borderless trading zone with ASEAN countries?

Wednesday, 07 November 2018

Believing in the potential economic relations of ASEAN member-nations, Philippine President Rodrigo ...

Terror groups that continue to target the Philippines and its ASEAN neighbors

Thursday, 01 November 2018

A year after the Philippine military finished off at least 800 ISIS-inspired militants in the ...

Is Philippines the first country to win war against illicit drugs?

Tuesday, 30 October 2018

While human rights groups are questioning the drastic reforms of the Philippine government to ...

Preserving Muslim tribe customs in the Philippines through the Council of Elders

Wednesday, 24 October 2018

Strong Western media influence and rapid urbanization in Southern Philippines, from where Islam ...

For skilled Filipinos, Middle East remains a career destination

Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Despite the Philippine government’s massive campaign to provide local job and livelihood ...

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