Autonomy through Abolition of State Terror and its Matrices of Oppression — Anarchipelago Kollective [en] Dec 31, 2020 4 pp.
Becoming Rebel Punk
(Per)forming (as) a cultural minority [en]
Feb 21, 2021
The Bid to Build the Archipelago as an Internetwork of Adversarial Friendship — Jong Pairez [en] May 6, 2021 17 pp.
Brief History of Punk, Hardcore, and DIY Scene in Davao City, Philippines — Tanex & Lander [en] May 24, 2021 5 pp.
Bringing the Black Flag to the Philippines — The Commoner interviewing Bandilang Itim [en] Jan 12, 2021 15 pp.
The Broken Promises of Vietnam
Vietnam 2021, the mood in the air seems to be that of optimism. The government’s relentless pursuit of a Zero-COVID strategy has won them widespread approval both domestically and internationally. The economy managed to squeeze out positive growth whereas many of its neighbours suffered a decline from the pandemic. Yet underneath all this bravado, one could sense that something is amiss. There’s this nagging feeling that no one seems to be able to put a finger on. Almost as if, there is a spectre haunting Vietnam, the spectre of communism — the true kind without any bells and whistles.
Apr 20, 2021
Buddhist Anarchists for Myanmar
To ensure that victory is achieved and peace is lasting, revolutionaries, especially those who are Buddhists, should consider these ideas. [en]
May 22, 2021
A Call for International Solidarity to Autonomous Resistance and Food Not Bombs Initiatives Around the Globe — Food Not Bombs Archipelago [en] Jan 11, 2021 5 pp.
Celebrating Independence Day Anew as Anarchists and Libertarians — Malaginoo [en] Jun 21, 2021 12 pp.