Profile: Dr. Emelia Timpo, UN Expert and Sergio Vieria de Mello Visiting Chair

Dr. Emelia Timpo, an expert in development with years of experience in the United Nations, joined Seton Hall University’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations as the Sergio Vieira de Mello Visiting Chair in the Practice of Post-conflict Diplomacy for the Fall 2021 semester.

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Catching up with DiploLab: Collaboration and Student Success

Since Fall 2019, the School of Diplomacy has given students an unparalleled opportunity to conduct hands-on research under the guidance of Professor Joseph Huddleston through the DiploLab. In a recent interview, Professor Huddleston expressed his wish for DiploLab to have its own set of goals initiated and led by Diplomacy students. According to him, “students are the force behind its direction,” while the collaborative research space acts as an opportunity generator.

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Professor Ann Marie Murphy Discusses the New Center for Foreign Policy Studies

The Diplomatic Envoy recently joined Professor Ann Marie Murphy for a riveting discussion about her professional career in the field of diplomacy and developments within the School of Diplomacy’s Center for Foreign Policy Studies. 

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Interview with Reverend Robert Chase on his Work in Fostering Interfaith Dialogues

Recently the Diplomatic Envoy had the opportunity to interview Reverend Robert Chase, a Fellow at the School of Diplomacy and International Relations Center for UN and Global Governance Studies. The interview focused on his work in fostering interfaith dialogues and his views on the role of religion in the United States 2020 presidential election.

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Father Brian Muzás Awarded Stanton Nuclear Security Fellowship at Council on Foreign Relations

Known for his expertise in nuclear issues in international affairs, Father Brian Muzás has recently been awarded the Stanton Nuclear Security Fellowship at the Council on Foreign Relations. As a Stanton Fellow, Muzás will be in residence full-time at the Foundation located in New York City. In a recent interview, he spoke about his Fellowship and his current research focus.

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Professor Wang on the State of U.S.-China Relations

As the American presidential election nears and COVID-19 continues to plague the nations of the world, diplomatic tensions are reaching a tipping point between the United States and China.  In order to better understand the latest developments in U.S.-China relations, The Diplomatic Envoy recently sat down with Dr. Zheng Wang, Professor at the School of Diplomacy and Director of the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, to discuss the rise in hostilities between the two countries.  

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Dr. Courtney Smith: A Statement from the Dean of the School of Diplomacy’s New Dean

Dean Courtney Smith joined the School of Diplomacy 20 years ago. Due to his strong research understanding and professional relationship with the United Nations, Dean Smith became a Pirate directly following the Diplomacy School’s founding.

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