The strong relationship between China and Pakistan, as illustrated most recently by the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, has long played a key role in Asia’s geopolitics. However, broader regional developments over the last few months—including growing ties between Moscow and Islamabad and increasing cooperation in Afghanistan between Moscow, Islamabad, and Beijing—also raise the possibility of a […]
Event Time and Date Monday, March 20 2017, 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM American Muslim Women & The Current Political Climate Dr. Dalia Fahmy, a Senior Fellow at the Center for Global Policy and assistant professor of political science at Long Island University, will explore the challenges of American Muslim women in the context of […]
How can the Trump administration achieve a successful outcome in Afghanistan? Obama’s aim to complete America’s withdrawal has crashed against the realities of a resurgent Taliban, an emerging ISIS threat, hostile neighbors, and an Afghan government struggling against itself. President Trump needs a better approach. The panelists discussed and debated CNAS’ new report “Focused Engagement: […]
On January 31st, Sr. Fellow Haroon Moghul will be teaching a class, “An Introduction to the Qur’an.” The class is free and open to the public, and part of a six-part series called “Judaism and Islam.”
Center for Global Policy Senior Fellow Haroon Moghul will be a panelist at this one-day conference. It will provide a constructive space for Jews and Muslims to consider the moral obligations and political challenges facing our communities today.