Foreign Policy Research Institute A Nation Must Think Before it Acts From the Frontlines of a Nuclear Flashpoint: A Conversation with Hon. Sardar Masood Khan President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir

From the Frontlines of a Nuclear Flashpoint: A Conversation with Hon. Sardar Masood Khan President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir

October 02, 2019 | 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

About the Event

One of the world’s most important flashpoints is Kashmir, over which three wars have been fought between India and Pakistan. Since the two countries are now armed with nuclear weapons, the risks of confrontation are infinitely greater.  

Kashmir is divided into two regions, one is a self-governing territory administered by Pakistan and the other has long enjoyed autonomy within India, though that autonomy has now been eliminated. 

We are pleased to feature a conversation with the Honorable Sardar Masood Khan, President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (under Pakistani dominion), to explore his perspective on the issues that divide India and Pakistan.  

The conversation will be conducted by Carol Rollie Flynn, President-designate of the Foreign Policy Research Institute and a 30-year veteran of the CIA and Craig Snyder, President & CEO of the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia.

Join the World Affairs Council and the Foreign Policy Research Institute for this exclusive “Members Only” event at the Union League. 


Venue

Union League of Philadelphia

140 South Broad Street
Philadelphia. PA. US. 19102


Registration

This event is complimentary to members of the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia and the Foreign Policy Research Institute.

Please ensure you select “Foreign Policy Research Institute” as your means of finding out about this event. 

If you are unsure about your membership status, please call your respective organization to confirm before registering:
• World Affairs Council: Shantel Anderson, 215-561-4700 ext. 200
• FPRI: Michelle Reece, 215-732-3774 ext. 109

 

Sponsored by the Sabina and Raza Bokhari Foundation.

 

In partnership with the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia.