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Five Pakistani Militants We Should Be Paying More Attention To

Michael Kugelman writes about five Pakistani militant leaders who are worth singling out—not just because they threaten stability, but because they foreshadow Pakistani militancy’s future trajectory.

North Korea Nuclear Proposal in New Wilson Center Study

Wilson Center Senior Scholar Selig S. Harrison argues that the United States can get North Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapons program under adequate inspection safeguards—-but only as part of a broader agreement centering on assistance in resolving the energy crisis that has paralyzed the North Korean economy.

Michael Kugelman and Sue Levenstein's Op-Ed Feature in World Politics Review

According to the United Nations, 74 million acres of farmland in the developing world were acquired by foreign governments and investors over the first half of 2009 -- an amount equal to half of Europe's farmland. These land deals, argue Michael Kugelman and Susan L. Levenstein in a January 20 World Politics Review op-ed, leave immense carbon footprints and threaten widespread environmental destruction.

CEF to Host Book Launch for The River Runs Black: The Environmental Challenge to China's Future

Co-Sponsored by the Wilson Center's Asia Program and the Council on Foreign Relations

The Darkest Days of the U.S.-Pakistan Relationship

Washington's hostility toward Pakistan has never been stronger, argues program associate Michael Kugelman in a recent commentary.

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