Gulf Research Center will be hosting a Conference on:
“The U.S.-Pakistan Strategic Partnership: A Track-Two Dialogue for Long-Term Security Cooperation.”
Organized by the
Center for Contemporary Conflict at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California
in collaboration with the
Defense Threat Reduction Agency
December, 15-16th, 2008
The Gulf Research Center will host a conference on The U.S.-Pakistan Strategic Partnership: A Track-Two Dialogue for Long-Term Security Cooperation on December 15-16, 2008. This conference will be organized by the Center for Contemporary Conflict at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School with support from the Defense Threat Reduction Agency. This is the fourth iteration in an ongoing series of track-two dialogues between the United States and Pakistan. The previous dialogues were held in Islamabad, Washington, DC and Monterey, CA. This project will convene key U.S. and Pakistani policymakers, academics, and regional security and military experts for an in-depth examination of the U.S.-Pakistan strategic partnership. The goal of the project is to advance understanding on a range of issues including: violent extremism, Afghanistan, management of strategic arsenals, regional security, and civil-military relations.