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Flashpoint Pakistan: A Worsening Crisis - Twitter Space Panel
In the middle of the country's worst floods and the political turmoil in Islamabad, Pakistan is approaching a crucial crossroads. The people of Pakistan will soon decide whether to push Imran Khan and his party from politics permanently or to embrace change in the nation's political orientation.
Deputy Director of the Asia Program and Senior Associate for South Asia at the Wilson Center
A leading specialist on Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan and their relations with the United States.
You can find him on Twitter: @MichaelKugelman
Research Fellow in the Cato Institute’s Defense and Foreign Policy Department.
Her research interests include state‐sponsored militancy/terrorism, counterterrorism policies, anti‐terrorism legal regimes, and private military and security contractors. She focuses on US foreign policy in South Asia and Africa.
You can find her on Twitter: @khansahar1
Derek Henry Flood
Derek Henry Flood is an independent editor, writer, photojournalist and blogger (The War Diaries)
His focus is primarily on Middle Eastern, Central and South Asian affairs and issues concerning modern political Islam
You can find him on Twitter: @derekhenryflood
Fereeha M Idrees
Host and Founder of The Red Line
You can find him on Twitter: @MikeHilliardAus
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Head of Breaking News for The Red Line
You can find him on Twitter: @SaintFrankly
This space was originally recorded on 26 August 2022.