Despite Foreign Threats of Regime Change, Domestic Unrest Remains Iran’s Greatest Adversity

While the government has been able to unify the country using Persian nationalism in the past, the current unrest in Iran is unlike anything it has faced before. The outside pressures it faces might prove too much to handle if domestic dissident groups continue to gain momentum.

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Effectiveness of Allied Bombing in Syria Called into Question

“President Putin, Russia, and Iran are responsible for backing Animal Assad. Big price…” These words concluded a tweet on April 8 by United States President Donald Trump that affirmed military action against the Assad regime in Syria for its use of chemical weapons.

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Annual Welcome Barbecue Commemorates the School of Diplomacy’s 20 Years and Celebrates More to Come

Seton Hall’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations held its Dean’s Welcome event to greet students old and new and to honor the beginning of a new academic year. The school’s celebration of 20 years is not a reflection of the past, but a celebration of the future.

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