New Internationalist

Snap Shots

March 1990

new internationalist
issue 205 - March 1990

Snap shots
A photographic view of the Philippines

A political prisoner sings with his visiting children. At the line 'This is what we think of Cory's democracy!' the pants come down. A warlord in Mindanao has his own ideas of democracy and guards his territory with a private army. Land is the key issue - is it used for export crops like pineapples - or for food? If in doubt check in the NI.

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Photo: Peter Stalker

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Photo: Peter Stalker

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Photo: Peter Stalker


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