Capili, Jose Wendell P. “Konteksto at Diskurso”. Sa Madaling Salita: Kasaysayan at Pag-unlad ng Wikang Pambansa (Rommel B. Rodriguez at Choy S. Pangilinan, mga editor). Quezon City: Sentro ng Wikang Filipino-UP Diliman, 2019. 78-88. Print.
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “Hugging the Shore”. The Achieve Of, The Mastery: Filipino Poetry and Verse from English, mid-'90s to 2016 (Edited by Gemino H. Abad and Mookie Katigbak-Lacuesta). 1st ed. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 2018. 18 . Print.
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “Resentment”. The Achieve Of, The Mastery: Filipino Poetry and Verse from English, mid-'90s to 2016 (Edited by Gemino H. Abad and Mookie Katigbak-Lacuesta). 1st ed. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 2018. 17. Print.
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “UP @ the movies”. University of the Philippines Carillon University Alumni Magazine, 2018: , 2 (January-June 2018), 24-25. Print.
Despite attempts to problematize and reconsider the roles of
commerce and culture in shaping America’s informal empires in West
Pacific, it remains a puzzle why, after World War II, America privileged
Japan—“the enemy”—over the Philippines—“the friend” and erstwhile
colony. Japan’s economy grew by leaps and bounds, enough to create a
dent in global affairs during the latter half of the twentieth century. In
sharp contrast, America chose to maintain the Philippine ruling elite, which
contributed greatly to political instability, economic collapse and over-all
sorry state throughout the archipelago from the late 1960s onwards. Still,
Fujiwara and Nagano’s book creates an opening for future scholars to
explore many possible paradigms of understanding on the subject. Many
other hows and whys of informal empires deserve to be constructed,
deconstructed and reconstructed in the context of America’s dangerous