Category Archives: Student Diplomats

Music Unites the World For a Very Important Cause

As we prepare to say goodbye to 2014, we are also preparing for our holiday festivities. Shopping centers are dressed up with glamorous décor, people’s homes are lit up at…

Division Between Religion and Diplomacy

Yes or no for faith-based diplomacy

Religion is, and has been, a powerful belief system for about three quarters of the world population. The United States Pledge of Allegiance (which includes the phrase, “under god”) that…

Universal Global Education

the key to a successful future

Education can be conveyed in a variety of unconventional, innovative and traditional ways. The bottom line though, education is necessary to become a productive and informed member of our ever…

An Athlete’s Plea to Society

We Have to do Better

Throughout history, Americans have participated in demonstrations to fight against oppression. One of the most iconic acts of protest was performed by two African American sprinters during the 1968 Olympic…

Success Through the Eyes of Adversity

Small Steps to Help Connect a Big World

When I was a kid I didn’t have many positive role models. I’m the youngest of four children, born to a single mother in a small town on the Jersey…

How Sports Impacts the Globe

Ups and Downs

“Sports had brought people together across cultural and political boundaries and fostered inclusiveness. There had been many examples of the role of sport in creating bridges between divided communities, supporting…

Broadcasting meets eDiplomacy

International Broadcasting in the Social Media Era

Digital diplomacy, also referred to as eDiplomacy, has been defined as the use of the Internet and new information communication technologies to help achieve diplomatic objectives. Digital diplomacy can be…

Is the United States a jail-happy society?

Largely for the nature of rugged individualism that dictates lifestyles in the United States, sometimes serious violations of individual freedoms, rights and natural privileges go unnoticed. And as Americans are…