Michael Curtin holds a M.A. in Diplomacy and International Relations from Seton Hall University's School of Diplomacy. Michael is also the Editorial Chair and Blogger at the Northern NJ Chapter of UNA-USA. Michael is formerly the Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Diplomacy.

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A Day to Celebrate and Reflect on UN Accomplishments

  • America, the United Nations, and Today’s Key Global Issues

  • A Violation of Human Dignity: The Heinous Nature of Human Trafficking

  • A Solemn Day of Remembrance to Honor UN Peacekeepers

  • April 24: A Day That Must Be Remembered

  • A Day to Shed Light on and Celebrate the Importance of Women in Global Society

  • The UN Secretary-General Looks at the Year Ahead for the Global Body

  • Two Important Days on the UN Calendar Warranting Greater Attention

  • Violence Against Women is a Public Health Crisis

  • UN Day: A Look at the UDHR and Applying it to the Case of Jamal Khashoggi

  • The U.S. Takes the Reins of the UN Security Council with Its Chief Focus Centered on Iran

  • World Humanitarian Day: Honoring Aid Workers and Civilians Trapped in Global Hotspots

  • The UN, North Korea and the Scourge of Human Trafficking

  • Mark your Calendar, June 20th is World Refugee Day

  • Was the U.S. Decision to Withdraw from the Iran Nuclear Deal the Right One?

  • The Time Has Come: The U.S. and the Global Community to Stand Up for the Stateless Rohingya

  • The United Nations in 2018: Its Role in the Rohingya Crisis

  • ‘When All People Are Included, We All Win’

  • Using Food as a Weapon of War