Monday, January, 14, 2008

Pakistan in Peril

New America, DC, 1630 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington DC

Pakistan in Peril

A Report from the Field on Bhutto’s Death, Terrorism, and U.S. Policy
Benazir Bhutto is dead. Her assassination and the Musharraf government’s reaction to it is transforming the political landscape of a nuclear-armed nation in a volatile region.The New America Foundation/American Strategy Program invites you to attend a discussion with leading experts who will examine the implications of recent events and U.S. policy towards the region. New America President and New Yorker staff writer Steve Coll and Schwartz Senior Fellow Peter Bergen, both recently back from Pakistan in the past week, will open the discussion followed by comments from Senior Fellow Flynt Leverett, former senior director for Middle East Affairs at the National Security Council. The event and Q&A will be moderated by Steven Clemons, director of the American Strategy Program at New America.

01/14/2008 – 2:30pm
01/14/2008 – 4:00pm
New America Foundation
1630 Connecticut Ave, NW 7th Floor

Washington, 20009

United States

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  • Nicholas Schmidle
    Fellow, Institute of Current World Affairs
    Author, “Next Gen-Taliban,” New York Times Magazine, Jan. 6, 2008
  • Steve Coll
    President, New America Foundation
    Author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning, Ghost Wars
    New Yorker Staff Writer
    Co-Director, Terrorism and Counterinsurgency Initiative, New America Foundation
  • Peter Bergen
    Schwartz Senior Fellow, New America Foundation
    CNN Terrorism Analyst
    Co-Director, Terrorism and Counterinsurgency Initiative, New America Foundation
  • Flynt Leverett
    Senior Fellow, New America Foundation
    Director, Geopolitics of Energy Initiative, New America Foundation
    Former Senior Director, Middle East Affairs, National Security Council