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Pak Us Relations under Trump.

A roundtable with the participation of a select gathering of experts and senior IPS associates extensively discussed the future of 'Pak-US Relations under Trump' at length.
The sitting, which was held at IPS on February 27, 2017, was chaired by Institute’s founding chairman and former senator Professor Khurshid Ahmad, and addressed by Ambassador (r) M Akram Zaki, senior IPS associate and former secretary-general foreign affairs, Air Commodore (r) Khalid Iqbal, senior IPS associate and analyst, and DG-IPS Khalid Rahman.
The other notable participations included Ambassador (r) Salman Bashir, Ambassador (r) Ayaz Wazir, Dr. Waqar Masood Khan, former secretary finance, M Riyazul Haque, former additional secretary, Punjab, Barrister (r) Sadia Abbasi, Brig (r) Said Nazir, Air Commodore (r) Khalid Banuri, Saeed Ahmad Qureshi, former deputy chairman, Zaheeruddin Dar, CBI Expert & Trainer, Centre for International Entrepreneurship and Trade and Ashfaq Mahmood, former secretary, Ministry of Water & Power.


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