Benjamin Brown examines China’s evolution under Xi Jinping and discusses the threat it potentially poses to Western liberalism.
Benjamin Brown is a third-year Government and History major pursuing a certificate in UT's Elements of Computing program. Hailing from the modest beach-side community of Port Aransas, Texas, he has long been enamored with international affairs, American culture, and sociopolitical history. Much of his writing is motivated by a desire to frame issues in a historical or philosophical context.
Benjamin Brown outlines the dangers of touting civility over justice, using the civil rights movement as an example of progress being stymied in the name of order.
Benjamin Brown discusses the 21st century resurgence of Christian nationalism in the United States.