Sherry Rehman discusses her favourite books of 2013. Apart from the staple of American foreign policy page-turners such as Confront and Conceal by David Sanger, Little America by Rajiv Chandrasakeran, and Vali Nasr’s incisive Dispensable Nation, for me 2013 was intellectually dominated by two big-span-history books. The Measure of Civilization by Ian Morris, and Why
October 22, 2013 The Daily Dawn Tomorrow Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, will meet President Barack Obama in Washington, to signal Islamabad’s renewed interest in a broad-based relationship with the US. This will be the first opportunity for both leaders to size up each other’s resolve, identify new areas of cooperation, re-assess perennial issues, and
The Express Tribune October 12, 2013 She didn’t win the Nobel Peace Prize. That’s totally ok. The award nomination is a milestone among many. Malala Yousafzai, 16, is still proud and hopeful that she will move bigger mountains. So is mainstream Pakistan. Without going into who got the coveted prize and why, we congratulate the
By Sherry Rehman As the Syrian crisis escalates, the leadership forced on America after the Second World War has once again taken it to the frontlines of what it sees as an international obligation. From the G20 summit to the Arab street, the debate on how the US responds to the monstrous use of chemical
The Hill’s Global Affairs, Jan 3, 2013 Building a new democracy in Pakistan by Ambassador Sherry Rehman In 2008, the people of Pakistan were successful in their struggle for democracy, even though we lost our leader, Benazir Bhutto, in the campaign against terrorism and extremism, as she bravely led the way to representative government. As
Allies have had a rocky year, but the relationship can be salvaged By Sherry Rehman Chicago tribune May 20, 2012 TheÂ NATO summit in ChicagoÂ will focus on the endgame inÂ AfghanistanÂ on the heels of U.S. House debate on bills that will shape the nature of the U.S.-PakistanÂ relationship. The tone of this debate and the diplomacy of
The Emergency the World Forgot Just because itâ€™s not being broadcast doesnâ€™t mean all is well in Pakistanâ€™s flood-hit areas. By Sherry Rehman| Newsweek,Â Nov. 25, 2011, issue. Disaster fatigue is not a common sentiment in Pakistan. Since the 2005 earthquake Pakistan has seen many natural calamities and large-scale mobilization campaigns across the country to
Khaleej Times September 8, 2011 An indispensable relationship Sherry Rehman (Debate) The term â€œendgameâ€ is imbued with as many meanings as the number of players seeking to fast-track an amicable solution to the conflict in Afghanistan. Some states have higher stakes than others. The US and other troop-contributing countries have focused their efforts on transitioning
NEWSWEEK PAKISTAN From the Sept. 2 & 9â€š 2011â€š issue. Enter the Endgame By Sherry Rehman Much more can be accomplished in Afghanistan and with much less pain if U.S. policy circles were to appreciate that Pakistanâ€™s actions may be motivated by fear, not ambition. The term â€œendgameâ€ is imbued with as many meanings as
As empowered citizens, it is our responsibility to fight for the promise our founding father made on August 11 of 1947, when he addressed the first Constituent Assembly of Pakistan.
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