Reassessing American Grand Strategy in South Asia

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    The US Foreign Affairs committee recently conducted a investigative hearing on South Asia. Four people were invited, I am posting the recommendations sections for the speakers for discussions. For those interested, they can read the entire speech in the links provided.

    Dr. Aparna Pande
    Research Fellow
    Hudson Institute
    http://www.hudson.org/files/publica...ight Investigations Statement July26 2011.pdf
     
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    Shuja Nawaz - from Pakistan and also director of south asia program at the atlantic council
    http://www.acus.org/files/Testimony...Oversight and Investigations 26 July 2011.pdf
     
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    Sadanand Dhume who is a resident fellow at AEI.
    http://www.aei.org/speech/100248
     
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    And this final speech is by far the most important for those interested in US strategy in Asia. It is from John J. Tkacik, President of China Business Intelligence think tank. Do read the entire paper in the link below.
    http://www.internationalrelations.house.gov/112/tka072611.pdf

     

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