Monthly Archives: September 2011

More on the U.S-Pakistan Frenemy Relationship

A new article by Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad explains the current challenges between the U.S. and Pakistan, with implications for Afghanistan.

Posted in Afghanistan, Pakistan, United States

Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad, Afghanistan, and Pakistan

Yesterday, DCFR had the privilege of hosting the former Ambassador to Afghanistan, Iraq and the United Nations, Zalmay Khalilzad. He is a unique diplomat with an extremely sophisticated understanding of some of the toughest, roughest foreign policy challenges on the … Continue reading

Posted in Afghanistan, Foreign policy, Pakistan, Terrorism, United States | Tagged , , , , ,

Series “D” Kicks Off September 27th

For the 2011-2012 programming year, DCFR proposes a four-part series on Development, Demography and Growth Issues in developed and developing countries. This first program will analyze demographic trends and its influence on geo-politics and development, with eminent scholar Jack Goldstone … Continue reading

Posted in Democracy, Development, Economics