Global health expert Yanzhong Huang provides a personal account of the swine flu devastation in China.
In the Media
Seton Hall faculty are regularly featured in national and international media outlets for their academic expertise and ground-breaking research. Below is a sampling of recent media coverage.
International security expert Sara Bjerg Moller discusses how NATO must prioritize so it doesn’t become obsolete.
Margaret Lewis discusses legal issues around detaining more than a million Uighers and ethnic minorities.
International Relations expert Sara Bjerg Moller examines Macron’s critique of NATO and the transatlantic relationships.
UN expert Courtney Smith on U.S. Supreme Court potentially hearing groundbreaking case.
UN expert Martin S. Edwards discusses the upcoming General Assembly and important work being undertaken.
Diplomacy Professor and Director of the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies Zheng Wang on NPR on 'The Politics Of National Humiliation In The Trump-Xi Meeting.'
R. Joseph Huddleston discusses diplomatic hopes for self-determination for Polisario.
International relations expert Martin Edwards discusses U.S. actions concerning the International Criminal Court.
Support for Ukraine, Countering Russian Influence Among Main Aims of Mike Pompeo's Trip to Central Europe
International relations expert Martin Edwards discusses NATO and Secretary of State Pompeo’s visit to Central Europe.
International relations expert Martin Edwards discusses European resistance to selecting David Malpass to head the World Bank.
Global Health Studies Center Director Yanzhong Huang discusses scandal over expired Chinese polio vaccine.
Foreign policy expert Martin Edwards weighs in on the search for a new World Bank president.
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