Syrian Refugees

Syrian Refugees

This post was written by Maliheh Bitaraf. Maliheh  is a graduate student at the Seton Hall School of Diplomacy and International Relations.  Maliheh got her first Master’s degree in Mass Communication at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU).  Maliheh is a...

Haitian Refugee Crisis

Through rivers, streams, hills, mountains and deserts, the refugee route is not unfamiliar to men, woman and children. After a distance of thousands of miles and crossing eleven countries, they seek their right to self-determination. Millions are migrating for several...

The Global Leadership Dinner 2018

From left to right: Rev. Brian Muzas, Ph.D., Kendra Brock, Research Assistant, Cristian Ramos, Permanent Egyptian ambassador to the UN, Mohamed Edrees, and Professor Hugh Dugan, Ph.D. On October 10, 2018, the School of Diplomacy had the privileged to attend once again...

Internally Displaced Persons in Colombia

After nearly five decades of violent conflict caused by the guerrilla and paramilitary organizations, the rural population in Colombia has strongly been affected by the atrocities committed by these groups. Today, Colombia has 7.7 million Internally Displaced Person...

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