Vanderbilt Political Review

The Tired, the Poor, the Huddled Masses: Why A Travel Ban is the Wrong Ebola Strategy

Emmett McKinney

October 25, 2014

The United States is no stranger to foreign threats--but we also tend to consider ourselves exempt. By 1937, for example, Adolf Hitler had started his meteoric rise to power. It seemed that war was approaching, and some Americans star...

Africa Rising

Ryan Higgins

October 24, 2012

As the rest of the world is still trying to resurrect itself from economic crisis, a new economic player is beginning to emerge.  Africa is beginning to prove itself on an international stage, becoming an increasingly important ...

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