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The Brown Political Review is a non-partisan political publication that seeks to promote ideological diversity. All of the views reflected in BPR’s content are views held by authors and not reflective of the views held by the wider organization or the Executive Board.

Carly West '16 is a BPR staff writer.

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As the Syrian civil war approaches its fourth year, prospects for peace are increasingly dim. Western-led negotiations have proved unfruitful. The United States has no visible strategy for ending the conflict, much less for assisting in a democratic ...

Kurdish Peace in Syria

As the Syrian civil war approaches its fourth year, prospects for peace are increasingly dim. Western-led negotiations have proved unfruitful. The United States has no visible strategy for ending the conflict, much less for assisting in a democratic ...

Dissatisfaction with President François Hollande’s tenure has spurred on a conservative movement in France. With an embarrassingly low approval rating of 19 percent, Hollande has been a huge disappointment, largely due to unprecedented levels ...

Reactionary Conservatism in France

Dissatisfaction with President François Hollande’s tenure has spurred on a conservative movement in France. With an embarrassingly low approval rating of 19 percent, Hollande has been a huge disappointment, largely due to unprecedented levels ...

Political art is far from a novel phenomenon, but nowadays we’re exposed to artist-activists from around the world, creating works of dissent and rebellion. Here are my personal favorites from recent years, and a brief look at the political context...

A Creative Look at Social Justice

Political art is far from a novel phenomenon, but nowadays we’re exposed to artist-activists from around the world, creating works of dissent and rebellion. Here are my personal favorites from recent years, and a brief look at the political context...