The pardoning of a US marine who murdered a Filipina transgender woman calls the US-Philippines relationship into question
Ethan is a fourth-year majoring in International Relations & Global Studies and Chinese and purusing an interdisciplinary education in the Plan II Honors program. His interests include East and Southeast Asian politics and Chinese soft power. He has lived in Austin for his whole life, but is working for a career on the global stage that forces him to constantly travel and experience the world.
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