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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.

Quinton Huang '19 is a Staff Writer for the World Section of the Brown Political Review. Quinton can be reached at quinton_huang@brown.edu

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Back in December, The Atlantic broke the story that the Trump administration was in talks with their Vietnamese counterparts to renegotiate a 2008 agreement to expand the number of Vietnamese American lawful permanent residents eligible for deportati...

Bad Refugees and Recalcitrant Countries

Back in December, The Atlantic broke the story that the Trump administration was in talks with their Vietnamese counterparts to renegotiate a 2008 agreement to expand the number of Vietnamese American lawful permanent residents eligible for deportati...

The name “subtle asian traits” might come across as modest or unassuming, but the Facebook meme group with that name is anything but modest. Now one of the largest private Facebook groups in the world, “subtle asian traits” has had wild, unpr...

In Praise of Subtle Asian Traits

The name “subtle asian traits” might come across as modest or unassuming, but the Facebook meme group with that name is anything but modest. Now one of the largest private Facebook groups in the world, “subtle asian traits” has had wild, unpr...

On August 15, 2018, the New Zealand parliament passed an unprecedented law barring most foreign buyers from purchasing homes, fulfilling the Labour government’s campaign promise to implement a foreign buyer ban. As citizens of the country with both...

A New ‘Yellow Peril’

On August 15, 2018, the New Zealand parliament passed an unprecedented law barring most foreign buyers from purchasing homes, fulfilling the Labour government’s campaign promise to implement a foreign buyer ban. As citizens of the country with both...