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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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Time for Maliki to Step Down? (CNN)

Dickey Director Daniel Benjamin talks to CNN's Jake Tapper about Iraq's Maliki.

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Thinning Arctic Ice Allows Plankton Bloom

Donald Perovich, visiting professor of engineering at Thayer School, and a faculty member and advisor in the IGERT Program in Polar Environmental Change, was a member of a team of scientists who traveled to the Arctic on a NASA research cruise to study climate change last summer. During the trip, Perovich and his colleagues discovered a hidden world of microscopic plant life living under the Arctic ice.

An article published by Scientific American notes Perovich’s reaction to the discovery. “This is what you live for as a scientist,” Perovich said. “It’s unexpected. It’s pure discovery.”

Read the full story, published on 6/8/2012 by Scientific American.

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