index
Abu Sayyaf, 90, 216, 218
activism: against militarism, 80, 112, 175;
for Native Hawaiian issues, 26, 32,
70–77; by peasants in the Philippines,
193; against Philippine martial law, 22,
26, 56. See also dissent
Aeta, 182–88, 193–213
Afghanistan, 24, 159, 215
Agent Orange, 177–78
Aguinaldo, Emilio, 43, 45, 56, 190–91
Air America, 154, 170
airmobilities, 149, 157–58, 165, 167, 173
Alamo, 88, 96
Allies: narratives about, 87–90, 95, 98,
101, 108, 111, 118; war efforts of, 15, 84,
92, 96, 140
aloha, 35, 38–39, 144, 219
aloha patriotism, 221–22
Al- Qaeda, 215
Angeles, 81, 84, 236n22
antiterrorism, 8, 20. See also counterinsur-
gency; counterterrorism
Apec (Asia Pacific Economic Coopera-
tion), 3, 17, 103, 112
Aquino, Benigno, Jr., 8, 237n34
Aquino, Corazon, 8, 96
Armed Forces of the Philippines, 114, 211
Asian Development Bank (AdB), 27, 89
Asian financial crisis, 103, 216
Asian settlers, 34, 39, 123–26, 129,
228n50, 228n53
Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation
(Apec), 3, 17, 103, 112
Aspiras Highway, 51–52, 64
Associated Press, 153–56
authenticity, 3; of natives or indigenous
people, 59–60, 63, 66, 202, 209; of
travel experience, 60, 62–66, 136, 160,
209
Baguio, 19, 50–66
Balikatan exercises, 219
Barking Sands, 176, 179
Bataan: commemorations of, 19, 88,
92–95, 109–10, 133; legacies of, 90,
94–96, 109, 112, 114; tourism in,
84–86, 90–92, 102, 108–14, 135; and
World War II, 14, 83–85, 92–93, 99
Bataan Death March, 84, 104, 109, 111
Battle of Manila Bay, 45, 83
Bayonet Constitution, 10
benevolence, 14, 219; discourses of, 3,
25, 53, 76–77, 85, 112–13, 211; of the
United States, 2, 19, 24, 101, 112
Benguet Road, 54–55, 233n19. See also
Kennon Road
bin Laden, Osama, 159
Bishop Museum, 71, 73, 75, 77
Black Hawk Down, 159
brotherhood: colonial relations as, 16,
54, 112; as metaphor for interstate re-
lations, 87, 103–4, 114; military as a,
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