NAGs

Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP)


Year Formed: 1969
Year Terminated: 2012

Target States:
Philippines

Ideational Characteristics:
Leftist

Objectives:
Toppling an Existing Leadership
Change of Regime Type

External Supporters:

China

Narrative Summary:

NAG Support Dataset Code: 10

UCDP/PRIO Code: 1010

References:

 

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