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World Leaders Forum with Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Leymah Gbowee - November 14, 2023
Liberian peace activist, human rights advocate and 2011 Nobel Peace Prize winner, Leymah Gbowee, returned to Seton Hall to address the World Leaders Forum. She told the audience that, to change the world, "the first thing we need to do is to see each other for what we truly are - humans."

World Leaders Forum with Archbishop Christophe Pierre - February 1, 2023
Archbishop Christophe Pierre, Apostolic Nuncio to the United States, discusses Aspects of Vatican Diplomacy in a World Leaders Forum address.

World Leaders Forum with UN President of the General Assembly, Ambassador Csaba Kőrösi- January 26, 2023 
Hungarian Ambassador Csaba Kőrösi, the President of the 77th Session of the UN General Assembly, discusses the priorities of the UN in a World Leaders Forum address.

U.S. Ambassador to the UN Speaks at Seton Hall - April 12, 2022
United States Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield, was the latest speaker in the World Leaders Forum series hosted by the School of Diplomacy.

Women Innovators and Changemakers - Alumnae Success Stories - March 23, 2023 
On March 23, 2023, three dynamic women graduates of the School of Diplomacy met via virtual lecture panel to discuss their unique and diverse efforts to foster global sustainability.

Are we on track to achieve SDG 5
Reality check: Are we on track to achieve SDG 5 by 2030? A Women's History Month Event featuring Ginette Azco.

Alumni Panel Discussion
Diplomacy Alumni Association Hosts an Alumni Experts Panel Discussion on Non-Profit Careers

Explaining the Russia/Ukraine Crisis
Dr. Margarita Balmaceda speaks to Diplomacy Alumni Association Board Member Angelo Piro about the current crisis.

My Experience as a Black Professional - February 22, 2022
Diplomacy alumni from the private, public, and nonprofit sectors share their challenges, opportunities and experiences as Black professionals in the field of International Relations.

Ask the Experts: Russian Energy Chains by Prof. Balmaceda Book Talk - January 27, 2022
Professor Balmaceda presents her new book Russian Energy Chains: The Remaking of Technopolitics from Siberia to Ukraine to the European Union.

Ask the Experts: Afghanistan - September 10, 2021
Diplomacy graduate student and former Afghan Ambassador Sayed Jalal Karim and U.S. Institute of Peace's Andrew Watkins were joined by Diplomacy faculty Dr. Sara Moller and Dr. Joey Huddleston. In a lively debate, the experts covered the latest developments in Afghanistan, possible regional fallout, and insights on what to expect next.

Robert Zoellick on Foreign Policy - March 3, 2021
Robert Zoellick, former World Bank President, Deputy Secretary of State, and US Trade Representative, joins Seton Hall Professor Dr. Ann Marie Murphy in an interview discussing U.S. Diplomacy and Foreign Policy and more. 

Decolonizing IR Theory with Dr. Robbie Shilliam - November 13, 2020
Dr. Robbie Shilliam, Professor of International Relations at Johns Hopkins, discusses his research on the political and intellectual complicities of colonialism and race in the global order.

Ambassador Riyad Mansour Discusses the Middle East Peace Plan - November 19, 2020
Palestinian Ambassador Dr. Riyad Mansour joins the School of Diplomacy to discuss the Middle East Peace Plan, election results and more.

Middle East Peace Discussion - Adva Vilchinski - March 25, 2021
Middle East Peace Discussion with Israeli Consul for Public Diplomacy Adva Vilchinski

Women, Peace, and Security: UN Resolution 1325 and its influence on US Foreign Policy - October 15, 2020
Ambassador Currie discussed how WPS is forwarding US foreign policy and its role in the Great Power Competition.

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The following interviews were conducted in the Spring and Summer of 2020