Experts discussed the development of British diplomatic efforts in Pakistan from 1947 through the “War on Terror,” as chronicled in Ian Talbot’s new book.
Dean Najam noted the lessons he learned from “The World After Coronavirus,” the turbulent state of global politics pre-COVID-19, and how the pandemic is going to shape political realities in Pakistan.
Dean Najam and fellow experts looked at how COVID-19 has influenced education across the country, especially for the poorest communities.
Dean Najam discussed polarization, generational shifts in Pakistan, climate change, and more.
According to Dean Najam, Pakistan’s “achievement of SDG 13 is no reason to sit back and relax.”
Professor Kevin Gallagher and Dean Adil Najam discussed the cornoavirus pandemic with the Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
Dean Adil Najam was invited to present the opening keynote address at a 3-day workshop on infrastructure and the BRI organized by the China and Pakistan offices of WWF.
Adil Najam contributed to a strategic dialogue amongst experts imagining what a post-COVID-19 world might look like and what it might mean for Pakistan and South Asia.
Adil Najam was interviewed on US President’s visit to India, including its implications for South Asian regional politics.
Asad Majeed Khan, Ambassador of Pakistan to the United States, was the featured guest at the Pardee School’s Policy Leaders Forum series.
Adil Najam was interviewed by multiple TV news channels in Pakistan on the growing sense of unease in the Middle East as US-Iran tensions mount.
Dean Adil Najam discusses Pakistan’s ranking in a recent Germanwatch report as the fifth most vulnerable country in the world to climate change.
Dean Adil Najam delivered the keynote address at the 4th International Water Conference held in Karachi, Pakistan.
The Beyond the Headlines series continued with a discussion entitled “Pakistan-India Relations Under Imran Khan and Modi After August 5.”
Dean Adil Najam discusses why President Donald Trump might be a good fit to mediate the Kashmir dispute between India and Pakistan.
Dean Adil Najam discusses the upcoming meeting between Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan and United States President Donald Trump.
Dean Adil Najam discusses the connection between climate change and an accelerated increase in Pakistan’s population.
Dean Adil Najam spoke at PIIA in Karachi and ISSI in Islamabad on the implications of climate change on developing countries.
Najam published an essay entitled “So, You Want to Create 10 Million Jobs?”
Dean Adil Najam says that the current tensions between India and Pakistan is “as close to a real nuclear conflagration as we probably have since the Cuban missile crisis.”