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Crisis Guide: Pakistan

Pakistan's stability is of great consequence to regional and international security. Examine the roots of its challenges, what it means for the region and the world, and explore some plausible futures for the country.This is a special feature presentation from CFR that offers a unique, full-screen experience.
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Council on Foreign Relations/Foreign Affairs Back-to-School Event

with Richard N. Haass, Gideon Rose, Mahnaz Ispahani, Daniel S. Markey, David S. Rohde, Robert McMahon
College and graduate students engage with CFR fellows and other experts for an interactive discussion on Pakistan during the unveiling of CFR's Crisis Guide: Pakistan, as part of the first annual Back-to-School Event.
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Council on Foreign Relations/Foreign Affairs Back-to-School Event (Audio)

with Mahnaz Ispahani, Richard N. Haass, David S. Rohde, Robert McMahon, Gideon Rose, Daniel S. Markey
College and graduate students engage with CFR fellows and other experts for an interactive discussion on Pakistan during the unveiling of CFR's Crisis Guide: Pakistan, as part of the first annual Back-to-School Event.
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Media Call on President Obama's Trip to India

with Alyssa Ayres, Robert McMahon
This weekend, President Barack Obama will become the first sitting U.S. president to visit India twice and the first to be a guest for India's Republic Day. The upcoming meeting comes only four months after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to the White House. Alyssa Ayres, CFR senior fellow for India, Pakistan, and South Asia, discussed what to expect from the president's visit.
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The Pivot in Southeast Asia: Balancing Interests and Values

by Joshua Kurlantzick
Joshua Kurlantzick analyzes the effects of the Obama administration's pivot on Southeast Asia and its relation to the region's democratic regression. Kurlantzick recommends that the United States prioritize the countries of peninsular Southeast Asia and restore the emphasis on democracy and human rights in the region.
Council Special Report

Strategic Stability in the Second Nuclear Age

by Gregory D. Koblentz
The world has entered a second nuclear age shaped by rising nuclear states and military technologies. Gregory Koblentz argues that the United States should work with the other nuclear-armed states to manage threats to nuclear stability in the near term and establish processes for multilateral arms control efforts over the longer term.