Pakistan Crisis

GUESTS: SUMIT GANGULY *Visiting Fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation at Stanford University *Author, The Origins of War in South Asia (2nd edition, Westview Press, 1994) OTHER GUESTS TBA Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif dismissed his army chief of staff, and has in turn been dismissed himself by the Pakistani army; troops have seized state-run television and radio stations and key installations across the country. What does an unstable state with nuclear capability imply for U.S. foreign policy, and for the safety of South Asia? Join Melinda Penkava and guests for a look at the latest developments in Pakistan.



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