Mindanao Conflict in the Southern Philippines


Above is a photo of Waling-Waling (Vanda philippinensis or sanderiana) from Mindanao.  Most of the award-winning vanda orchids are hybrids of Waling-Waling.

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 Note: *Academic sources are marked with an asterisk.* 

Go all the way down to the bottom of this screen. You can watch a 5- minute-42-second short video clip about the Mindanao conflict and the impact of the peace education programs at Northern Illinois University.

  1. Abbas, J. A. Y. (2006).
  2. Aguirre, A. P.
  3. Arroyo, G. M. (2006).
  4. Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF).
  5. Asia Foundation. (2005).
  6. Asia Society (2004).
  7. Asia Times. (2000).
  8. Association for Asian Research. (2003).
  9. BBC Guide to the Philippine Conflict* 
  10. Blog by Jibrael. (2007).
  11. BNET. CNET Networks Business.
  12. Bulatlat. (2007).
  13. Canadian Foreign Affairs & International Trade.
  14. Catholic Peacebuilding Network.
  15. Columbia Encyclopedia. (2007).
  16. Diaz, P. (2003).
  17. Department of Health of the Philippines. (2007).
  18. Department of Health, GMA News. (2007).
  19. Durante, O. (2005).
  20. Economist Intelligence Unit. (1997).
  21. Institute for Autonomy and Governance.
  22. Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre.
  23. International Conflict Research (2005).
  24. Inventory of Conflict and Environment. (2003).
  25. Japanese International Cooperation Agency. (2006).
  26. Kamlian, J. A.
  27. Kreuzer, P. (2005).
  28. Luwaran.
  29. Malapit, H.J.L., Clemente, T.S. & Yunzal, C. (2003). *
  30. Peacetech.
  31. Philippine Informational Agency. (2007).
  32. Quezon, M. L. III. (2007).
  33. Quimpo, N. G. (2003).
  34. Reuters Alert Net.
  35. Reuters UK.
  36. RiskAsia Consulting.
  37. Rogers, S. (2004). Foreign Affairs.
  38. Rood, S. (2004).
  39. Russell, S., Ong, L.D., Gonzalez, A., Ty, R.
  40. Schiavo-Campo, S. & Judd, M. (2005).*
  41. SEAsite Northern Illinois University.
  42. SEAsite NIU. Mindanao: Culture and People.
  43. Solidarity Philippines Australia Network. (2005).
  44. Tan, S. K. (2000).
  45. Teodoro, L. (2004).
  46. Third World Studies Center. (2003 & 2004).
  47. UNICEF. (2007).
  48. United Nations Human Development and Conflict.
  49. Vizmanos, D. (2000).
  50. World Bank. Margallo. (2005).
  51. World Bank. Shiavo-Campo, S., & Judd, M. (2005).*
  52. Zamboanga Today. (2006).

Note: *Academic sources are marked with an asterisk.*


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