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Religious Extremism, the Kashmir Crisis, and U.S. South Asia Policy

Join the Newlines Institute in a panel discussing how the U.S. should approach the Kashmir crisis. Dr. Sumit Ganguly of Indiana University will offer a critique of Prime Minister Modi’s government, Dr. Hassan Abbas from the Department of Defense will speak on how the moves made by India are viewed in Pakistan. Newlines Institute Director Azeem Ibrahim will discuss Hindutva ideology and how it has informed this crisis; Aparna Pande of the Hudson Institute will explain how India views Jammu and Kashmir. Finally, Michael Kugelman from the Wilson Center will offer suggestions for the U.S. government. Newlines Institute Director Kamran Bokhari will moderate the panel. Lunch will be provided.


Recording of the Event:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uUIACouQGE

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