Pakistan, U.S., and the West

TUE, SEP 21, 2010 (42:56)

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow David Speedie interviews author and journalist Anatol Lieven. He discusses Pakistan’s surprising degree of stability; the role of the army and ISI; the drug trade; and Pakistan’s relationship with the U.S., Afghanistan, and other countries, including India, China, and Russia.

+ BIO: Anatol Lieven

Anatol Lieven is Chair of International Relations and Terrorism Studies at King’s College London, and a senior fellow at the New America Foundation. Lieven, a former senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, previously covered Central Europe for The Financial Times; Pakistan, Afghanistan, the former Soviet Union, and Russia for The Times (London), and India as a freelance journalist. He has served as an editor at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London, where he also worked for the Eastern Services of the BBC.

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