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Hawks Exaggerate Threat

Daniel Benjamin writes in the Boston Globe that the threat from ISIS to the US is exaggerated.

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Iraq's Problem Is Power Politics (WSJ)

Dickey Director Daniel Benjamin writes in the Wall Street Journal about the influence of Iran and Saudi Arabia.

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Greenland Research Report

Read a report on important research done by Dartmouth graduate students working in Greenland.

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YALI Washington Fellows Arrive From Across Africa

Dickey Center and other Dartmouth partners welcome young African leaders to campus.

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The Dickey Center offers student funding for international research fellowships. The application deadline for Winter projects is October 15, 2014.

Creating Global Citizens at Dartmouth

The Dickey Center for International Understanding unites the diverse strengths of Dartmouth College—students, faculty, undergraduate and graduate schools—in addressing the world’s challenges. We broaden the scope of learning through advanced study, interdisciplinary collaboration, research innovation, and respect for a diversity of viewpoints.

Dartmouth students are tomorrow’s global leaders and scholars. Working with our exceptional faculty and our national and international partners, the Dickey Center supports the best scholarship and analysis of complex international problems such as global climate change, world health crises, and war and conflict resolution.

Our commitment to expanding the frontiers of learning, scholarship, and global engagement are at the heart of our mission. We are dedicated to the legacy of John Sloan Dickey—an understanding of the world’s troubles and a commitment to doing something about them.

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