March 16, 2007, 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM - Hudson Institute, Washington, D.C. Headquarters
This conference will focus on the paradoxical role Pakistan plays in the struggle against global Islamist terrorism. The country is both part of the solution and part of the problem. Regional experts will assess the challenges Pakistan faces in its struggle for stability and democracy. They will also assess how U.S policy could help promote these objectives while eliminating terrorism.
Moderator: Hillel Fradkin, Chair, Islam and Democracy Project, Hudson Institute
FIRST SESSION: 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
1. The Rising Threat from Sectarian Terrorists and Radical Islamists (Khaled Ahmed, Woodrow Wilson Center)
2. Dysfunction of the Pakistani State (Husain Haqqani, Hudson Institute)
3. Change and Continuity in Pakistan’s Foreign Policy: How Can the US Influence Change for a Stable Democratic Pakistan? (Marvin Weinbaum, Middle East Center)
SECOND SESSION: 1:15-2:30 PM
4. Pakistan’s Eroding Law and Order (Khalid Hasan, Daily Times, Pakistan)
5. What’s Happening to Waziristan: A look at the New Taliban Problem (Khawar Rizvi, Pakistani Journalist Specializing in the Tribal Areas)
6. What Sustains Islamist Militancy in Pakistan (Christine Fair, US Institute of Peace)
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