Anhvinh Doanvo
Anhvinh Doanvo is an MSPPM candidate at Carnegie Mellon University. He has written for numerous publications including The Hill, Georgetown Public Policy Review, and Baltimore Sun. He is one of forty 2016 finalists for the Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship, which funds twenty US citizens' graduate education annually and places them in the American Foreign Service of the Department of State. You can follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/anhvinhdoanvo or Facebook at Facebook.com/AnhvinhD.

Gun safety advocates shouldn’t endorse the validity of the “no fly” list

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In the wake of tragedy, too often, all judicious reasoning protecting due process is lost.

Britain First and Orlando: Not every violent act is international terror

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It is dangerous to conflate the actions of “lone wolves pledging to ISIS” with ISIS itself.

Orlando shows that ISIS is today’s Cold War

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It’s time we viewed domestic “terrorism” through the same lens we use on the crimes of other mass murderers.

The Islamic State’s threat is closer to Paris than Syria’s refugees

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When we demonize refugees, the terrorists win.
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The Electrify Africa Act is a missed opportunity for both electricity and Africa

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The vague bill opens the door for massive expansion in fossil fuels when renewables would be more useful.

Republicans are using mental health as an excuse to do nothing about gun violence

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The pivot to mental health by Trump, Carson, Fiorina and others is simply a way to dodge gun control.

The West is using an accounting trick to ignore Saudi Arabia’s Syrian refugees

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Here’s how you make millions of refugees disappear in one easy step.

Carson’s Far Right Christian Attack on the Constitution

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If being a Muslim disqualifies one from public office, so does Christianity.
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