Biden Needs A New Pakistan Policy. This Is What It Should Look Like

For the first time in over two decades, Pakistan is not a foreign-policy priority for a new US administration… This new reality raises the important question of how the United States should think about its relationship with Pakistan. A country of more than 200 million people, Pakistan is geo-strategically located at the mouth of the Persian Gulf and borders Iran, India, and China. It is critical to the stability of its neighbourhood and an important accessway into Central Asia.

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