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2017 Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief

Anamaria lopez

 

Design editor

Theresa yang 

Marketing Director

Huhe yaN

arts editors

michelle huang

charly voelkel

lead web editor

poorvi bellur

Managing Editors

amanda kam

dimitrius keeler

shambhavi Tiwari 

karen yuan

Copy Chief

Maggie Toner

Senior Editors

vivian casillas

audrey deGuerrera

brian gao

belle harris

melissa ho

jahan nanji

sheena qiao

bani sapra

nina zweig

Copy Editors

sahana narayanan

song rhee

Welcome to CPR 2014!

Welcome to CPR 2014!

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Welcome to the newly renovated website of The Columbia Political Review! As the multi-partisan magazine of the Columbia Political Union, CPR fosters a lively and robust on-campus political discourse by publishing, in quarterly magazine form, the insights and opinions of Columbia students. With the installation of our new website—an online outlet for the diverse views of our infamously political student body—we seek to further stoke the flames of campus political debate.

CPR's new venture into the digital realm will be led by a team of talented columnists whose work, published daily, will analyze a diverse range of salient political topics. From South Asian diplomacy to Student Council proceedings, CPR aims to open up an extensive set of issues to political discussion, and our aims will be truly collaborative: we invite students of all political ideologies, orientations, or affiliations to submit work to sms2318@columbia.edu at any time.

To get a flavor of our new project, read Ben Rimland's argument for punishing Edward Snowden, or Aman Navani's take on Bangladeshi democracy. As you read, join in the debate by offering your thoughts in the comments section, or by sharing the link on Facebook or Twitter.

 

The Bigger Picture in Brazil

The Bigger Picture in Brazil

Snowden's Folly

Snowden's Folly