Philippines President Marcos goes to Beijing amid flaring tensions with China
The Philippines’ new president, Bongbong Marcos — the democratically-elected son of a former dictator — heads to China Tuesday. He’s under enormous pressure from Filipinos angry at Beijing over what they see as provocations in the South China Sea.
Here & Now‘s Deepa Fernandes checks in on the stakes for the trip with NPR’s Julie McCarthy.
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