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U.S.-Pakistan Relations in the Biden Era: A Conversation with Moeed Yusuf

Date & Time

Jan. 21, 2021
9:00am – 10:00am ET
This event will be webcast live

U.S.-Pakistan Relations in the Biden Era: A Conversation with Moeed Yusuf

After a tense period during the first part of the Trump administration, U.S.-Pakistan relations have improved over the last few years amid the launch of a peace and reconciliation process in Afghanistan. However, with U.S. troops drawing down, the future of U.S. relations with Pakistan-which in Washington have long been viewed through the lens of Afghanistan-is uncertain. This online-only event will feature a discussion with Dr. Moeed Yusuf, Pakistan's national security advisor and special assistant to the prime minister on national security and strategic policy planning. He will discuss Islamabad's expectations for U.S.-Pakistan relations in the Joe Biden era, and what the situation in Afghanistan may mean for the relationship moving forward. 

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Moeed Yusuf

Special Assistant to the Pakistani Prime Minister on National Security and Strategic Policy Planning

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