AFLSE DC Tickets Available: Discussion of the future of Pakistan-U.S. Relations
Discussion of the future of Pakistan-U.S. Relations with
Omar Shahid Hamid,
author of the best-selling new book, The Prisoner
Please join us for a discussion and book launch with LSE alumnus, Omar Shahid Hamid, former head of Karachi's counter-terrorism police force.
A specialist in security and foreign relations for South Asia, Omar will discuss what is in store for U.S.-Pakistan relations in the years ahead, and his unique experiences in the intelligence community and police force.
Tuesday, April 14th, 2015
Kindly hosted by
Donald Dinan, Esq. '75 LLM
Roetzel & Andress
600 14th Street NW, Suite 400
Reception and book-signing of The Prisoner to follow
Space is limited. RSVP required.
Free for AFLSE Members and Guests of Members.
Kindly respond by clicking here or by phone to 646-442-2895.
About the Author
Omar Shahid Hamad '07MSC is the current Head of Asia Analysis at IHS Global Insight and the Asia Editor for IHS Jane’s Defence Weekly and IHS Jane’s Intelligence Review. His recent white papers include: How ISIS is replacing al-Qaeda on South Asia Social Media sites and Why Pakistan’s Partnership with the US Will Increase after the US’s Afghan Withdrawal.
About the LSE Government, Civil Service and Public Policy Alumni Group
The LSE Government, Civil Service and Public Policy Alumni Group is a UK-based specialist interest group chaired by Rosehanna Chowdhury. Represented in the U.S. by Edward Price, more information on the group can be found here or by contacting Edward Price at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Washington, DC: Discussion of the future of Pakistan-U.S. Relations
Tuesday, 04/14/15 at 6:00pm
Discussion and book launch with LSE alumnus, Omar Shahid Hamid, former head of Karachi's counter-terrorism police force. Registration is closed for this event as room capacity has been reached.
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