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Asia Society Texas and the International Academy of Letters USA present The Future of U.S.–Pakistan Relations

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Photo courtesy of Ambassador Masood Khan

Following Pakistan's independence in 1947, the U.S. established diplomatic relations that have resulted in close ties between the two countries. Since then, Pakistan and the U.S. have worked together on issues ranging from energy, investment, and trade, as well as having played roles in the effort to stabilize Afghanistan and combat global terrorism.

As the world's third-most populous country, the U.S. has become Pakistan’s (the world's fifth-most populous country) largest export market and one of its largest sources of foreign direct investment.

Asia Society Texas welcomes Masood Khan, Pakistan’s ambassador to the U.S., and Elizabeth Horst, Deputy Assistant Secretary responsible for Pakistan, along with moderator Chase Untermeyer, retired U.S. Ambassador to Qatar, as they discuss Pakistan’s economic, trade, and security landscapes, as well as explore the challenges and opportunities of current U.S.-Pakistan relations.

Following Pakistan's independence in 1947, the U.S. established diplomatic relations that have resulted in close ties between the two countries. Since then, Pakistan and the U.S. have worked together on issues ranging from energy, investment, and trade, as well as having played roles in the effort to stabilize Afghanistan and combat global terrorism.

As the world's third-most populous country, the U.S. has become Pakistan’s (the world's fifth-most populous country) largest export market and one of its largest sources of foreign direct investment.

Asia Society Texas welcomes Masood Khan, Pakistan’s ambassador to the U.S., and Elizabeth Horst, Deputy Assistant Secretary responsible for Pakistan, along with moderator Chase Untermeyer, retired U.S. Ambassador to Qatar, as they discuss Pakistan’s economic, trade, and security landscapes, as well as explore the challenges and opportunities of current U.S.-Pakistan relations.

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Asia Society Texas Center
1370 Southmore Blvd, Houston, TX 77004, USA
https://asiasociety.org/texas/events/future-us-pakistan-relations

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