A discussion on global proliferation dangers based on the new Carnegie study, Deadly Arsenals: Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Threats.
Testimony by Husain Haqqani before the the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom.
Discussion with Defense Minister of India, Pranab Mukherjee.
The arrest in California of a Pakistani father and son allegedly linked to terrorism highlights, once again, the superficiality of the Pakistani regime’s rhetoric about changing the country’s direction.
the United States today stands at an extraordinary moment of opportunity because, for the first time in many decades, it enjoys good relations with India and Pakistan simultaneously. In order to capitalize on this new triangular relationship, the U.S. will need to sustain and expand the depth of its ties to both countries.
Visiting Scholar Husain Haqqani reviews Senior Associate Ashley Tellis' policy brief on US Strategic re-making of South Asia. Haqqani notes that this may be the first time the U.S. is basing its South Asia strategy on positive engagement with Pakistan coupled with a clear acknowledgement of India’s ascendance. However, according to Haqqani, the major problem with the American grand strategy for the region is that it is based on assumptions about the intentions of regional players that have been proven incorrect over time.
In the protests about the now discredited report about the alleged desecration of the Koran, repressive regimes used the bogey of ‘Islamic extremists’ to stamp on public freedom