By Bradley Kaufman, Seton Hall University

FNA recently announced its academic partnership with Seton Hall University School of Diplomacy and International Relations.

The partnership aims to support the National Security Fellowship with a project that aims to help the U.S Department of State enhance its strategic relationship with Pakistan through advanced network analytics.

You can read about the latest developments from the partnership in this article written by Seton Hall University student Bradley Kauffman in this article here >

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