Academic journal article Seton Hall Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations

From the Editor's Desk

Academic journal article Seton Hall Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations

From the Editor's Desk

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1 his past year has been a one of change. New leadership heads both China and Venezuela, and the United States finished a very long election. A new pope shepherds the over 1 billion faithful. The Arab Awakening continues to send shockwaves over the Middle East and throughout the world.

Yet, many international political stories seem to be repeating, giving the world a sense of déjà vu. North Korea is testing bombs and threatening nuclear destruction yet again. Syria continues to burn. The European Union's financial problems are far from setded.

As we celebrate the 15th anniversary of the founding of the Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations, it is a time for reflection on how far the field has come and where it is going. Of course, nostalgia and forecasting could have led the issue to focus on many different areas. In the end, we decided to choose the one area of foreign affairs that has remained a constant: conflict. …

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