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Dartmouth in the News

  • International Business Times

    Can bitcoin compete with the dollar or other fiat currencies? The newspaper poses that question, and turns for comment to Dartmouth’s Sunpreet Singh ’20, who says bitcoin won’t surpass the adoption of the dollar because of its vulnerability.

  • The Washington Post

    In a story about U.S.-Saudi relations and the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Dartmouth’s Daniel Benjamin says, “For think tanks, as well as universities and museums, taking Saudi money is going to leave a stain for some time to come.”

  • Foreign Affairs

    Discussing U.S.-Saudi relations and the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Dartmouth’s Daniel Benjamin says the U.S. should distance itself “from the headstrong prince—and curtailing his supply of weaponry may be a good place to start.”

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