Vanderbilt Political Review

Eric Asen
Eric is a senior from Cary, Illinois and has written for the Vanderbilt Political Review ever since his first semester on campus. At Vanderbilt, Eric also serves as the President of European Horizons and the Vice President of the Alexander Hamilton Society. He is particularly passionate about foreign affairs and worked on economic policy at U.S. Embassy London last winter. In his free time, Eric enjoys playing foosball, jamming to music, and running his beekeeping business.

Eric Asen, Editor-in-Chief

Dec 23, 2019
The Aftermath of the United Kingdom’s Historic December Election (Story)
Oct 03, 2019
During Continued Protests, Hong Kong and Taiwan Band Together in Opposition to Beijing (Story)
Apr 08, 2019
State Capitalism: The New Economic Norm? (Story)
Feb 25, 2019
The Danger of AI and Big Data is Worse Than You Can Imagine (Story)
Dec 05, 2018
Aggressive Espionage Places Chinese Students at Risk of Removal (Story)
Oct 29, 2018
Restricting Speech is a Disaster for Democracy (Story)
Apr 28, 2018
A Conversation with Justice Sotomayor (Story)
Jan 19, 2018
Looking Back at Vanderbilt’s Martin Luther King Day (Story)
Jan 07, 2018
Political Anomaly Governor Charlie Baker Reveals the Utility of Deserting Partisan Polarization (Story)
Oct 26, 2017
Lessons from an Auschwitz Survivor (Story)
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Eric Asen