Nik de Ynchausti
Nik Skalomenos de Ynchausti splits his time between the business world and the non-profit world. When he has the opportunity to write, he focuses on the intersection between Philippine politics, culture, history, and identity.

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A world that is shifting away from liberal democracy to illiberalism must be a concern for nations that still bear the marks of our colonial past
 
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The brazenness was palpable. Aided and abetted from on high, Ferdinand E. Marcos was buried at the Libingan ng mga Bayani.
 
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Instead of learning from one of the darkest periods in our history, we are honoring the architect of our national tragedy.
 
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Why American politics is making us go, "What's the big deal?"
 
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Assessing the Duterte administration and the Disruptor-in-Chief.
 
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All you need: The Philippines' relative shallow sense of historical community, and politicians, populists, and demagogues.
 
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Today, the Marcos family has almost successfully re-imagined Martial Law as a sort of Golden Age of benevolent authoritarianism. How does a nation push back?
 
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By the numbers: Extrajudicial killings, human rights violations, impunity, corruption, the squandering of our economic dynamism. For the aggrandizement of one family.
 
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On Marcos' myth-making, and how it has resonated via our increasing collective denial of what occurred during his Martial Law. First of three parts.
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