Moro conflict

landlessness and misdirected state policies by Eric U. Gutierrez

Publisher: East-West Center Washington in Washington, DC

Written in English
Cover of: Moro conflict | Eric U. Gutierrez
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Places:

  • Mindanao Island (Philippines),
  • Philippines,
  • Mindanao Island

Subjects:

  • Muslims -- Philippines -- Mindanao Island -- Social conditions.,
  • Muslims -- Philippines -- Mindanao Island -- Economic conditions.,
  • Mindanao Island (Philippines) -- Social conditions.

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The conflict in the southern Philippines is becoming increasingly complex, and untangling the knots for a greater understanding of the problem is no easy task. Yet underlying all these manifestations of a complex conflict is a straightforward political-economic explanation. This study argues that the continuing war, the persistence of poverty and landlessness, and the emergence of “entrepreneurs in violence” are mere symptoms of something that has not yet been sufficiently addressed by a succession of Philippine governments or even by mainstream Moro revolutionary organizations: the highly skewed distribution of ownership and control over land resources in the southern Philippines. It contends that landlessness and the continuing weakness of state institutions in implementing agrarian reform and enforcing ancestral domain claims are fundamental issues whose resolution may well hold the key to establishing long-term peace in the southern Philippines. The policy propositions put forward here are broad outlines of possible options; actual forms of state policies may vary as long as the general principles underscored in this study are maintained. Whether these policy options are politically practical in the immediate context should be informed by further research on certain contentious issues identified in this study––how, for example, can autonomous social movements emerge in the context of the contemporary southern Philippines? The propositions offered here do not necessarily contradict other interpretations of the conflict in the southern Philippines and their corresponding policy prescriptions. Whether coming from the strictly “economic reform” perspective or from the political-constitutional reform (federalist) framework––or, most radically, secession and the creation of a new Moro state––the propositions put forward in this study are likely to remain relevant. This is the eighth publication in Policy Studies, a peer-reviewed East-West Center Washington series that presents scholarly analysis of key contemporary domestic and international political, economic, and strategic issues affecting Asia in a policy relevant manner.

Edition Notes

StatementEric Gutierrez and Saturnino Borras, Jr.
SeriesPolicy studies -- 8, Policy studies (East-West Center Washington)
ContributionsBorras, Saturnino M.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS688.M2 G88 2004
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 68 p. :
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3433089M
ISBN 101932728147
LC Control Number2005271662
OCLC/WorldCa56126168

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The Moro conflict is a multifaceted, highly complex matter, emanating from centuries of profound societal fragmentation and divisions.

In the decades since the conflict began, the Philippine government—with aid from international mediators, civil society, and non-governmental organizations—has drafted and reached various accords. Moro Conflict: Landlessness and Misdirected State Policies (Policy Studies) by Eric Gutierrez (Author), Saturnino Jr.

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Cited by:   The Moro War prefigured American wars Moro conflict book Iraq and Afghanistan more than superficially: It was a bitter, drawn-out conflict in which American policy and aims were fiercely contested between advocates of punitive military measures and proponents of : Bloomsbury Publishing.

The forgotten Moro War, lasting from to in the islands of the southern Philippines, was the first confrontation between American soldiers and their allies and a determined Muslim Moro War prefigured American wars in Iraq and Afghanistan more than superficially: It was a bitter, drawn-out conflict in which American /5(54).

The Moro War book. Read 25 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Great book about a forgotten war This book is a great guide for would be counterinsurgents and anti-imperialists alike.

Very readable. The parallels between this forgotten year old conflict and our recent wars is immediately apparent within the first /5. antecedents and consequences of Moro-state conflict, the relevant and primary actors involved in the conflict as well as their motives and strategies in realizing their objectives, and the roots of the political violence.

Towards the end of the article, a general assessment of the prospects of resolving the ongoing conflict is made. The first ethnic conflict was during the colonial period of the Philippines () between the Spanish and the Moro Sultanates (Muslim).

The next major ethnic conflict happened when Moro conflict book U.S.A ruled over the Philippines () between the American soldiers and the Moro (Muslim). A basic Amazon search for “Moro War,” for instance, yields just seven books (half of them published by US military war colleges), while a similar search for “Vietnam War” lists no less.

The Moro Conflict is an ongoing insurgency inpolitical tensions and open hostilities developed between the Government of the Philippines and Moro Muslim rebel groups. The Moro Insurgency was triggered by the Jabidah massacre, which saw the killing of 60 Filipino Muslim commandos on a planned operation to reclaim the eastern part of the Malaysian state of Sabah.

Moro book. Read 18 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Moro menu encompasses dishes that originated in Spain and dishes from the /5(18). The forgotten Moro War, lasting from to in the islands of the southern Philippines, was the first confrontation between American soldiers and their allies and a determined Muslim Moro War prefigured American wars in Iraq and Afghanistan more than superficially: It was a bitter, drawn-out conflict in which American 4/5(2).

The Moro Rebellion (–) was an armed conflict between the Moro people and the United States military during the Philippine–American War. The word "Moro" is a term for Muslim people who lived in the Southern Philippines, an area that includes Mindanao. The Moro conflict is an ongoing insurgency in Mindanao.

Inpolitical tensions and open hostilities developed between the Government of the Philippines and Moro Muslim rebel groups. The Moro Insurgency was triggered by the Jabidah massacre, which saw the killing of 60 Filipino Muslim commandos who were to be used for a planned operation to reclaim the eastern part of the Malaysian.

Moro conflict in the Philippines: part our commitment to scholarly and academic excellence, all articles receive editorial review.||| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.

Moro, an officer in the Argentine Air Force, presents a highly detailed account of the conflict, using a wide variety of sources and illustrating maneuvers and battles with a number of sketch maps. The author approaches the topic from a very pro-Argentine point of view, placing major blame for the extensive casualties during the clash on.

“Out of the Shadows: Violent Conflict and the Real Economy of Mindanao” edited by Francisco J. Lara, Jr. and Steven Schoofs (Bughaw, Ateneo de Manila University Press, ). Moro resistance against colonization continued in the American period. Although in the Americans through Brigadier Gen. John C.

Bates, and the Moros through Sultan Kiram of the Sulu Sultanate, signed the Kiram-Bates Treaty, it was only a temporary arrangement for the Americans while the Philippine Revolution was still ongoing. Moro Wars, (–13), in Philippine history, a series of scattered campaigns involving American troops and Muslim bands on Mindanao, Moro fought for religious rather than political reasons, and their actions were unconnected with those of the Filipino revolutionaries who conducted the Philippine-American War (–).

When sovereignty over the Philippines passed to the. The Moro Rebellion (–) was an armed conflict between Moro Indigenous Ethnic groups and the United States military which took place on Mindanao, Sulu, and Palawan (Minsupala) in the Philippines but is unconnected to the Spanish–American War in 2.

Understanding the Mindanao Subnational Conflict Area 12 History of the Moro conflict 12 Socio-economic situation in Mindanao and its conflict areas 17 Analysis of conflict and levels of contestation 20 Overview of donor assistance to Mindanao 24 3.

Transforming Conflict. The book provides readers with findings from coordinated research on feuding, as well as a wealth of rido case studies, personal accounts and recommendations to government, communities, and conflict resolution advocates.

While the book deals with rido dynamics and other related conflicts in Mindanao, it also looks into conflict resolution and. But as the conflict went on, what happened eventually wasn’t unexpected.

After all, the president has alluded to it time and again. In Angeles City last Decemberhe expressed a desire to amend the constitution and allow a declaration of Martial Law without the approval of congress. There are so many good things that I learned from the book but I’ll summarize it as much as I can.

The Moro conflict is an insurgency in the Mindanao region of the Philippines due to marginalization produced by continuous resettlement policy sustained its start of the Mindanao and Sulu inclusion to the Philippine Commonwealth territory of Website: Mindanao Peaceweavers (MPW) is a convergence of peace advocates in Mindanao.

It was conceived during the “Peace in MindaNOW Conference” held in Apo View Hotel, Davao City on May, and convened by seven (7) peace groups that coalesced in the spirit of cooperation, complementation and concerted action towards a common advocacy peace platform.

The global emergence of Islamic extremist groups, however, has in the Philippines seen formation of such violent antigovernment factions as the Moro Islamic Liberation Front and Abu Sayyaf.

Fighting continues in the south, and the United Nations estimates the conflict has killed as many as 20, people since the s. Lessons. Moro conflict: 29 March Ongoing: 51 years, 7 months, 2 weeks and 2 days Caucasian War: 47 years Western Sahara conflict: Ongoing: 50 years Chadian Civil Wars: 45 years Cold War (Indirect War) 44 years Kongo Civil War: 44.

For example, when total casualties are taken into account, was actually the bloodiest year of the Moro conflict, just as was the bloodiest of the Afghan War. Late inPershing summed up his own uncertainty about the province’s future in his final official report: “It remains for us now to hold all that we have gained and to.

OTHER than their sheer insane cruelty, what is so condemnable about the bombing of the Jolo Cathedral last Sunday and that of a mosque the other day, is that it is the nth time that a tiny group of the younger generation of Moro insurgents is attempting to portray the decades-old conflict in Muslim Mindanao as a religious one.

Spanish–Moro Wars The Spanish–Moro Conflict was a series of wars lasting over several centuries from the beginning of Spanish colonization of the Philippines, to the Spanish–American War when Spain finally began to subjugate Moroland after centuries of failing to do so.

The Moro War This history is very important to me as my grandfather served in this conflict. I have pictures of him while there but elderly family historians didn’t know much his service there. This book filled in many of the gaps and also helped me to understand the bigger historical picture.

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