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* * * This April, President Barack Obama visited the Philippines to support a new military agreement that allows for the return of U. troops, warships and aircraft fighters to the archipelago.

The accord, penned in April and known as the Philippines-U. Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement, strengthens Washington’s alliance with its former colony.

There were lots of girls and lots of pimps on the streets,” says Drewery, whose grandparents moved to Olongapo to manage a nightclub, which was a cross between a brothel and a pub.

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After going to college to study social work, he is now corporate secretary of the foundation.

“We are not happy about the defense agreement,” he says, but “as much as we would like to oppose, we can’t do anything about it.

Drewery’s mother couldn’t make a living from singing, so she started to go out with the clients. According to the People’s Recovery Empowerment Development Assistance (PREDA), a local NGO, by the end of the 1980s there were some 500 brothels and 15,000 prostitutes in Olongapo to meet the high demand of the naval base.

Clark Air Base, some thirty miles east of Olongapo, was even bigger, covering 230 square miles near the city of Angeles. He never contacted his son again, and Drewery’s mother continued working as a prostitute.

Many people think the agreement has the whiff of neocolonialism, and there were several protests in front of the U. We’ll train and exercise more together so that we’re prepared for a range of challenges, including humanitarian crises and natural disasters like Typhoon Haiyan.” Drewery says that his mother is not against the U. Contemplating dusk from a hill in the middle of Olongapo, Drewery remembers the days when he had to fight other kids.

They called him — “fake American.” The teachers called his parents whenever he got involved in a quarrel, but only his mother showed up, which embarrassed him even more.

Obama delivered a joint press conference in Manila with his Filipino counterpart, President Benigno S.

Aquino III, the son of Corazón Aquino, who expelled the foreign soldiers two decades ago.

“My only advantage was being white-skinned,” he says.

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