Dispatches: August 2019
Dispatches is the monthly newsletter of the Wilson Center's Asia Program.
Imran Khan in Washington
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan spent three days in Washington D.C. at the end of July. He met with President Trump, congressmen, and business leaders. Was this visit a success? Michael Kugelman says it depends on how you measure it in his piece for Dawn. Kugelman also joined the panel on the AfPak File Podcast from the Asia Program and RFE/RL, and Senior Policy Scholar William Milam discusses Khan's presentation at USIP, writing for The Friday Times. Read more analysis and commentary from Asia Program experts on DW, Foreign Policy, World Politics Review, The Washington Post, NPR, CNBC, and VOA.
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Despite 'Loss Of Faith' In Kim Jong Un, The U.S. Tries Again For A Nuclear Deal
Plugged In: US-Pakistan: The Taliban Peace Talks
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