The March 2012 Prevention Newsletter features a spotlight on U.S.-Pakistan Relations: The year 2011 saw a progressive deterioration in the U.S.-Pakistan relationship. But despite the fact that mutual mistrust is probably at an all time high, there is no appetite to allow the relationship to rupture.

In this Issue

  • SPOTLIGHT on U.S.-Pakistan Relations: The year 2011 saw a progressive deterioration in the U.S.-Pakistan relationship. But despite the fact that mutual mistrust is probably at an all time high, there is no appetite to allow the relationship to rupture.
  • HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Political Transitions amid Economic Turmoil in North Africa 
    • North Korea's New Leadership
    • The Nuclear Question in Iran
    • Israel-Palestine Peace Process 
    • Institutionalizing U.S. Atrocity Prevention Efforts

About This Newsletter

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