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Rosella Cappella, Dickey Fellow

Rosella Cappella, a Dickey Center Fellow in International Security and U.S. Foreign Policy, and an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Boston University, has published an op-ed piece in Footnote1, an online forum for sharing research, on the connection between a strong dollar and a strong national defense. "Strong Dollar, Strong Defense" was published Feb 4, 2013.

The Dickey Center's Post Doctoral Fellows Program is a collaboartion with the Dean of the Faculty Office at Dartmouth. Fellows are selected to spend a minimum of nine months and up to one year in residence at Dartmouth, researching and writing about international issues related to one of the Dickey Center's research areas. The Dickey Center Fellows program is made possible in part by the generous support of William M. Glovsky and the Glovsky Family Fund in memory of Ruth and Abraham Glovsky, created to encourage academic research in and teaching of alternative dispute resolution through interdisciplinary study of the differences among peoples and the motivations, consequences and possible resolutions of conflict between them.

 

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