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Cross Cultural Connections

A New Partnership with Moscow State Institute of International Relations promises faculty and student exchange opportunities.

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Energy Politics in Post-Soviet States

In her new book, Professor Margarita Balmaceda traces the political implications of moving and distributing energy.

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Diplomacy Student Presents Research at UN

Sasha Amelang shared her findings on the international response to the pandemic at the UN's 2021 High-Level Political Forum.

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New Voices to Public Policy

Four top Diplomacy graduate students selected for fellowship aimed at bringing diverse talent to public policy.

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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.

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IN THE MEDIA Global Finance Magazine

Gopinath Back At The IMF

Global economy and international organizations expert Martin Edwards discusses the importance of the appointment of Gita Gopinath as first deputy managing director to strengthen the IMF's legitimacy. 



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Tamia Wallace, M.A. '21

International Negotiator

Tamia Wallace, M.A. '21, is pursuing a career in global negotiation and conflict management focusing on the Middle East.

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