India and Pakistan at 75
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India and Pakistan at 75

On Tuesday, August 16, the Asia Program in partnership with Wilson Center will conduct an online event on the India-Pakistan relationship and its complexities. Akbar Ahmed and APLN member Nirupama Rao will take stock of the last 75 years, assess what the future might hold, and consider the prospects for dialogue between the two nuclear-armed neighbors.

This event can be streamed live via this link.

India and Pakistan at 75⁠—A Dialogue with Akbar Ahmed and Nirupama Rao

 

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