In the summer of 2009, my junior year at Seton Hall University, I worked as a foreign affairs journalist in DC. During that time, I interviewed many interesting people from activists and journalists to politicians and diplomats, but the person who stands out the most in my memory is a woman with white hair and blue eyes named Alexandra Seton.
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Effective July 1, 2013, the School of Diplomacy and International Relations welcomed its new dean. The school is now under the leadership of Dr. Andrea Bartoli, an accomplished international conflict […]
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