U.S. Foreign Policy and International Security Post-doctoral Fellowship

The Dickey Center and the Office of the Dean of Faculty collaborate on a Dartmouth post-doctoral program in U.S. foreign policy and international security. 



Program Information

Fellows are selected to spend a minimum of ten 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: environment, health, human development, gender, and security.

Meet the Fellows

Seven U.S. Foreign Policy and International Security Fellows are in-residence at the Dickey Center for the 2019-2020 academic year. Their research considers the effectiveness of U.S. military intervention in the post-9/11 period, rebel organizations, natural resource management, the causes of covert action, the states' use of technology to enhance global power, signaling through conventional weapons transfers, military innovation in Japan, and more. 

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