Dartmouth’s Ross Virginia and Kenneth Yalowitz write about issues facing the Arctic Council.
Kenneth Yalowitz, director of the Dickey Center for International Understanding, co-authors an op-ed preceding the 20th anniversary of the Soviet Union’s collapse.
Arab countries should learn from Russia’s transition at end of Soviet rule two decades ago, says the Director of Dartmouth’s John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding.
Kenneth Yalowitz, director of the Dickey Center, co-authored this opinion piece which contends that foreign corruption undermines development, U.S. interests, and ultimately U.S. security.
The post-9/11 information age demands a rethink of how sensitive information is processed by both the government and by readers and reporters.
Dickey Center Director Kenneth Yalowitz discusses relations between the United States and Russia concerning Arctic resources made newly accessible by melting ice.
President of the American University in Kosovo Chris Hall and Dartmouth President Jim Yong Kim after the two institutions signed a letter of agreement on October 29.
Kenneth Yalowitz, director of the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding and former U.S. ambassador to Belarus and Georgia, weighs in on Europe’s future.
The Arctic Marine Shipping Assessment report focuses on protecting the Arctic people and environment in the event that climate change opens Arctic waters to shipping.
Dickey Center director Kenneth Yalowitz co-authored this opinion piece about cooperative security initiatives in the Black Sea region.