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Pakistan and the U.S.: 2014 and Beyond

Events | Headline and Cultural Forums

The U.S.’s 2014 exit from Afghanistan represents a new chapter in the region’s strategic relations, which will shape future dynamics – especially for Pakistan. U.S.-Pakistan relations have too long focused on the Afghan security questions. What other opportunities might exist and benefit both Pakistan and the U.S. with the 2014 draw down from Afghanistan? Could our reduced military presence be replaced by an increased economic one in the region? How will the outcome of recent elections (Narendra Modi as India’s Prime Minister; and in Afghanistan, the June runoff between former Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah and former Finance Minister Ashraf Ghani) affect stability, economics and security in the region? Join acting Consul General Dr. Muhammad Khalid Ejaz for a discussion on Pakistan’s aspirations for the next chapter in U.S.-Pakistan relations in 2014 and beyond. 

Cosponsored by Rotary District 5100 and Circle of Peace

$30 for World Affairs Council Rotary Club and Circle of Peace members, $35 for general public.

Lunch served at 12 p.m.; program begins at 12:30 p.m.

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