Whatever the flowery declarations between India and Pakistan, unless Pakistan’s internal structure changes, there’ll never be lasting peace.
Carnegie, the Center for Global Development, and Oxfam hosted a forum on the challenges facing the poorest countries with the end of global apparel quotas and potential U.S. policy responses.
India's foreign minister visited Washington last week and met with President Bush and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to discuss a range of mutual interests, from countering China's strategic clout to promoting economic growth and resolving India-Pakistan tensions. Unfortunately, the Bush administration's obsession with Iran threatens to block a major initiative that could advance those goals.
An examination of the anti-Soviet Jihad in Afghanistan and the emergence of jihadi groups in Pakistan and Kashmir used by Pakistan to bolster is national identity against India.
Panel discussion and launch of the final report detailing a new international nuclear non-proliferation regime.
A discussion forum featuring Anatol Lieven, Daniel Byman, Michael Scheuer, and W. Patrick Lang on the situation in Iraq, Afghanistan and the progress of the the "War on Terror."
The new UN report, "A More Secure World: Our Shared Responsibility," addresses emerging threats of the 21st century. It identifies erosion of the Non-Proliferation Treaty, the stagnation of disarmament efforts, illicit nuclear trafficking, and the potential threat of nuclear terrorism major crises of the nonproliferation regime as. The report proposes a multi-layered response to these threats.
Ashley J. Tellis explains how the United States can push Pakistan in the direction of democratic reform while maintaining cooperation in the war on terrorism.