Big deadlines this weekend so just a few readings:
Rasheed Abou-Alsamh says Manila Should Evacuate All OFWs From Lebanon Now.
Daniel Byman on why Syria and Iran are allied. Fred Kaplan on what’s in store for Israel.
The Inquirer editorial calls the government reaction to the Bolante detention a joke.
Amando Doronila forgets that the state of the nation address is a constitutional requirement, but also bats for the 2007 elections (which he confidently predicts will take place) as a referendum on the administration.
JB Baylon recounts how the late Enrique Zobel handled coup plots.
Supreme Court says OK to national ID.
John Mangun is optimistic about the economy.
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