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Four soldiers were killed, while another was wounded, and the NPA relieved the soldiers of eight firearms and departed.

This event is representative of the ongoing violence between the NPA and the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), one of the world’s longest running communist insurgencies that has claimed over 43,000 lives since 1969 (Quimpo, 2008).

Opposition to policies undertaken in obedience to neoliberalism’s precepts has, in many cases, been met by state repression including systematic repression and liquidations (Harvey, 2007).

With its scorn for income and wealth redistribution, and its prioritization of efficiency over equity, neoliberalism appeals to members of the upper class (Peet, 2003). Following Lohman and Flint (2010), the political, economic, and social processes shaping the conflict ridden landscape of Bicol are studied.Substantial amounts of structural violence can be found in the Philippines and the Bicolano variant of the AFP-NPA conflict is investigated as a response by the poor and marginalized to this structural violence.Keywords: Philippines, Bicol, Insurgency Warfare, New People’s Army, Neoliberalism Une région des Philippines où le conflit entre la Nouvelle armée du peuple (NAP), une organisation maoïste, et l’État a été virulent se trouve à Bicol, au sud-est de Luzon.La NAP illustre une réaction violente des pauvres et des marginalisés de la violence structurelle inhérente à la société philippine.Ruling classes desirous of retaining their privileges in society find themselves confronted with two choices: redistribute wealth to the poor (something antithetical to neoliberalism) or shift toward authoritarianism- something neoliberalism can readily accommodate (Springer, 2009). “Neoliberalising Violence: of the Exceptional and the Exemplary in Coalescing Moments.” Area, 44 (2): 136-143.