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Hudson Institute's Director for the Initiative on the Future of India and South Asia Aparna Pande's Appearance on VOA Urdu

Aparna Pande

Observers are calling the U.S.-Pakistan relations to be at all times low after the finding and killing of Osama Bin laden in Pakistan by the U.S. Navy Seals. Experts on Pakistan-U.S. relations participating in a panel discussion organized by the Hudson Institute analyzed Pakistan’s obsession with competing with India as the origin of most challenges faced by the two countries in their foreign policies for each other. Author of Explaining Pakistan’s Foreign Policy: Escaping India Aparna Pande of Hudson Institute elaborated on how, she believed, Pakistan’s India centerism had affected its relationships with other countries and especially those with U.S.

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