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How Pakistan Negotiates with the United States


Over the past 60 years, Pakistan-U.S. relations have been marked by highs of close cooperation and lows of deep bilateral estrangement. Recent events and negotiations underscore the remarkable resilience but also the vulnerability and volatility of the relationship. With an interest in global security, the United States views Pakistan as a strategic partner, while Pakistan often looks to the United States as a counterweight to India and its neighbors. What interests and influences shape how these two governments interact, negotiate and reach agreements, and what challenges do these countries face in the evolution of their relationship moving forwards? This event took place on April 12, 2011.

For more information: http://www.usip.org/events/how-pakistan-negotiates-the-united-states

• Ambassador Howard B. Schaffer
Professor, Georgetown University
• Ambassador Teresita Schaffer
Former Director, South Asia Program
Center for Strategic and International Studies
• Stephen Cohen
Senior Fellow Foreign Policy, 21st Century Defense Initiative
The Brookings Institution
• Ambassador Akbar Ahmed
Ibn Khaldun Chair of Islamic Studies
American University
• Richard Solomon, Introduction
President, U.S. Institute of Peace
• Steve Riskin, Introduction
Senior Program Office, Grants Program
U.S. Institute of Peace
• Moeed Yusuf, Moderator
South Asia Advisor, Center for Conflict Analysis and Prevention
U.S. Institute of Peace

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