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Reorienting U.S. Pakistan strategy : from Af-Pak to Asia

Author: Daniel Seth Markey; Council on Foreign Relations,
Publisher: New York, NY : Council on Foreign Relations, [2014] ©2014
Series: CSR (New York, N.Y.), no. 68.
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As U.S. and coalition forces prepare to draw down troops in Afghanistan, this new report urges Washington to view Pakistan not solely or even principally in the context of U.S.-Afghanistan policy, but rather to reorient the relationship toward Asia. The report outlines a two-pronged approach to future U.S. policy for Pakistan: defend against security threats, and support Pakistan's economic growth and normalized  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Seth Markey; Council on Foreign Relations,
OCLC Number: 869211754
Notes: "January 2014."
Description: 1 online resource (ix, 39 pages)
Contents: Introduction --
U.S. interests in Asia --
Pakistan's role in Asia --
Pakistan strategy : Af-Pak versus Asia --
Recommendations for U.S. policy --
Conclusion.
Series Title: CSR (New York, N.Y.), no. 68.
Responsibility: Daniel S. Markey.

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As U.S. and coalition forces prepare to draw down troops in Afghanistan, this new report urges Washington to view Pakistan not solely or even principally in the context of U.S.-Afghanistan policy, but rather to reorient the relationship toward Asia. The report outlines a two-pronged approach to future U.S. policy for Pakistan: defend against security threats, and support Pakistan's economic growth and normalized relations with its neighbors. The author recommends that the United States: launch a new diplomatic dialogue with China, India, and Pakistan to reduce prospects for regional tension and violence; sign a trade deal that also encourages trade between India and Pakistan; reallocate assistance in Pakistan to improve trade and transit infrastructure; and integrate Pakistan into East and South Asia policymaking across the State Department, National Security Council, and Department of Defense, and deemphasize the Af-Pak connection.

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