Writer Urges BBM to Replace Clarita Carlos as National Security Adviser

Should Clarita Carlos be replaced as National Security Adviser?

KRIZETTE LAURETA CHU – The writer urged President-elect Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. to replace Clarita Carlos as incoming National Security Adviser (NSA).

Clarita Carlos
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Carlos is a retired professor of political science at the University of the Philippines.

Carlos finished a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service at the University of the Philippines, where she also earned master’s and doctorate degrees in Political Science.

She pursued her post-doctoral work in Political psychology and Comparative Foreign Policy Analysis at Cornell University and the University of California at Los Angeles, respectively.

From 1988 to 1998, Carlos worked as a consultant in the Senate of the Philippines.

She also served as President of the National Defense College of the Philippines from 1998 to October 2001.

Since 1993, she has been a consultant for the Local Government Development Foundation.

Carlos has lectured at the National Defense University in the United States as well as at the Council of Asian Liberals & Democrats.

She is a recognized pioneer in Political Psychology in the country.

Clarita Carlos has been appointed as the next National Security Adviser.

But for writer Krizette Laureta Chu, Carlos should not be tapped as National Security Adviser.

According to her, it seems that Carlos doesn’t believe that there’s recruitment in schools to become New People’s Army (NPA).

“The NSA is our CIA. And she is very ill equipped if she doesn’t believe in the years of intelligence reports gathered by your very own armed forces,” she said.

The Central Intelligence Agency is a civilian foreign intelligence service of the federal government of the United States.

Here’s the statement of Krizette Laureta Chu:

The camp of Marcos Jr. has yet to issue any reaction regarding the statement of the writer.

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