“The real threat to America is not Afghanistan. China is the real threat. Until you can extricate yourself, you can’t put the resources into the real threat.”
Adil Najam was a featured analyst on the TV news show ‘Breaking Point’ to discuss the ‘morning after’ effects of the US-Taliban peace talks on Afghanistan.
Dean Adil Najam was interviewed in BU Today on the breakdown of Afghanistan peace talks between the Taliban and United States.
Dean Adil Najam interviewed on VOA on US diplomatic moves in North Korea, Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Dean Adil Najam is interviewed on Dunya TV on US Secretary of State Tillerson’s visits to Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.
Pakistan’s Ambassador to the U.S., Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry, discussed the future of relations between the two countries.
Dean Adil Najam discusses how President Trump’s new Afghanistan strategy will impact South Asia and could trigger a new ‘Great Game.’
Adil Najam interviewed on implications of President Trump’s Afghanistan strategy on South Asia.
Dean Adil Najam and Professor Emeritus Andrew Bacevich discuss President Donald Trump’s military strategy in the Middle East.
Professor Emeritus Andrew Bacevich discussed why America has failed to end a largely unsuccessful war.
Dean Adil Najam talks to CCTV America about Pakistan’s counter-terrorism efforts.
Pardee School Emeritus Professor Andrew Bacevich said that the U. S. withdrawal from Afghanistan was a compromise with moral consequences.
The plight of girls in rural Afghanistan is a dire one, but one Pardee School alumna thinks the solution begins with education. And she’s got the film to prove it.
Dean Adil Najam interviewed on the recent escalation in the war of words between India and Pakistan.
Dean Adil Najam spoke at and moderated a panel on AfPak diplomacy and prospects of improved relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan.