Roadmap for Afghan peace

Commentary | October 27, 2011

EWI Board Member Ikram Sehgal writes about dilemmas in U.S.–Pakistan relations surrounding U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's visit to Pakistan.

Before Clinton’s visit, Sehgal writes, the United States had two widely differing objectives: (1) to deliver a final wake-up call for Pakistan’s military and its intelligence services and (2) to try to stop the rapid deterioration in the U.S.–Pakistan relationship over accusations that the Pakistani intelligence service ISI is working with the Haqqani network. 

Click here to read Sehgal's piece in The News.