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  • Online Chat on Pakistan and Afghanistan

    Tensions are still high in Pakistan after a tragic NATO strike on Pakistani troops two weeks ago. Where is the U.S.-Pakistan relationship headed? What are U.S. policy options vis a vis Pakistan? How does the situation in Pakistan affect U.S. forces in Afghanistan? Click here to join us right now for our “Lunch with Heritage” online chat where we are joined by Heritage’s Senior Research Fellow for South Asia, Lisa Curtis. Lisa is taking your questions about the way forward for the U.S. with Pakistan and Afghanistan.

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    6 Responses to Online Chat on Pakistan and Afghanistan

    1. Trish says:

      Does Ms. Curtis have knowledge of just how vulnerable Pakistan's nuclear arsenals are to breach by a terrorist organization?

    2. Mary says:

      Ms. Curtis is slightly off in her use of apples and oranges regarding Iran and Pakistan. Only in the more recent years has the relationship w Iran become strained. The U.S. HELPED Iran with its early nuclear program and provided scientists and their knowledge to Iran.

    3. James M. Stratton says:

      Do we have a plan in place, ready to enact on a moment's notice, in the event PAK went rogue and began launching nuclear missiles at American forces in the region, or India?

    4. neelam mathews says:

      Where does India stand in this equation? As a neighbor, it can hardly be ignored.

    5. neelam mathews says:

      What about the equation with the powerful neighbor, India, that can hardly be forgotten in this duo conflict?

    6. fidasballi says:

      i love all sindh

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