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Fulbright Scholar and Algerian Journalist Houssam Eddine Beggas

Seeking a New Perspective on World Affairs

Fulbright Scholar and Algerian journalist Houssam Eddine Beggas adds graduate school at Seton Hall to his list of accomplishments.

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Diplomacy Leadership Student Sitting in the Auditorium

Leadership Center Receives $1 Million Gift

A generous contribution from the Henry F. Roman and Maryann Roman Family Trust supports the next generation of global leaders.

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Sustainable Development Challenge

UN Sustainable Development Challenge 2020

Got ideas to make the world a better place? Enter our UN Sustainable Development Goals Challenge by 3/1 for a chance to win scholarships and cash prizes.

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Diplomacy Student, Emma Tobin, standing on the Seton Hall campus.

Academic Trifecta

Emma Tobin, a diplomacy and philosophy student, receives Truman, Boren and Critical Language Scholarships.

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Just minutes from New York City and a few hours from Washington, D.C., Seton Hall's School of Diplomacy and International Relations is an ideal place to study international relations and practice diplomacy first hand in a professional, dynamic and culturally rich setting.

Diplomacy Graduate Programs Webinar

Join our representatives for a comprehensive overview of graduate programs and opportunities at Seton Hall’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations on Thursday, January 23 from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Sara Bjerg Moller
IN THE MEDIA BBC World Service

Is NATO obsolete?  YES

International security expert Sara Bjerg Moller discusses how NATO must prioritize so it doesn’t become obsolete....



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Professor Assefaw Bariagaber, Ph.D. wearing the Albert B. Hakim Faculty Service Medal.

Diplomacy Professor Advances Academic Mission of the University

Professor Assefaw Bariagaber, a leading expert on peacekeeping and peacemaking in Africa, was awarded the 2019 Albert B. Hakim Faculty Service Medal for his “selfless dedication” to the School of Diplomacy and Seton Hall over the last two decades.

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