Christopher Agripino Kennedy


About Christopher Agripino Kennedy

Christopher currently works as a correspondent for the OWP and has since 2020. He has a special interest in Resistance Studies and law in both the United States and internationally. Christopher believes in the possibility of the dismantling of violent systems that contribute to the oppression and suffering of many worldwide.

China Facing Tensions With The US, Taiwan, And The Philippines

China has recently been facing rising tensions with a number of parties in the Asia Pacific region. Foreign relations with Taiwan, the Philippines, and the United States have been growing tenser with some actions by each country seen as escalation. Monday, Philippine Navy Chief Vice Adm. Giovanni Carlo Bacordo of […]


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Rooting Out The Violence In DeSantis’s Anti-Protest Bill

The looming specter of state-sanctioned violence, in the form of police brutality and extrajudicial killings, is a constant source of tension for communities of color in the United States. Last summer, that tension may have hit a tipping point. Summer 2020 saw a several-month-long series of riots following the murders […]


Taiwan Military Says It Has Right To Counter-attack Amid China Threats

On Friday, September 18th, China sent 18 Chinese aircraft across the mid-line of the Taiwan Strait – an action perceived as a provocation by the Taiwanese government. The aircraft included two H-6 bombers, eight J-16 fighters, four J-10 fighters, and four J-11 fighters. Monday, Taiwan released a statement declaring its […]


Human Rights Leader Killed in Philippines’ ‘War Against Dissent’

39-year-old Zara Alvarez, a human rights activist in the Philippines, was shot dead on the evening of August 17th. Alvarez was a member of Karapatan, an alliance of human rights advocates in the Philippines, as well as a member of the Negros Island Health Integrated Program. Alvarez was heading to […]