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Is Pakistan responsible for US failure in Afghanistan? Ft. Hussain Nadim

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Exploring US, Afghan & Pakistan’s relations with Islamabad Policy and Research Institute’s executive director, Dr. Hussain Nadim. What was his thought behind joining a think tank? How did he reform IPRI? Why don’t boomers trust the youth of Pakistan? What is the concept behind G5 IO? How TikTok has reached out to the grass-root level? What does he think about US forces leaving Pakistan? How does it affect Pakistan? What is the best and worst scenario? What is the impact of the border fences created by Pakistan on security? How important is it? Why there has been no call from President Joe Biden to Prime Minister Imran Khan? In the context of Pakistan, why are we refusing to call Osama bin laden the way everybody is calling?


00:00 Tonight’s guest: Dr. Hussain Nadim
01:35 What was his thought behind joining a think tank?
03:50 Why are think tanks important for sovereign states?
04:56 What were the challenges when he joined IPRI?
07:30 Did he introduce any reforms in IPRI?
11:15 Why do boomers have resentment for young people in Pakistan?
14:33 What is the concept behind G5IO?
17:15 How TikTok has reached out to the grass-root level?
19:59 What’s the thought behind US forces leaving Pakistan? How does it affect Pakistan?
27:00 What is the best and worst scenario?
32:26 What is the impact of the border fences created by Pakistan on security?
35:50 Why there has been no call from President Joe Biden to Prime Minister Imran khan?
40:32 Why are we refusing to call Osama bin laden the way everybody is calling?

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good talk...
it is the most valid point that think tank assessment doesn't change with government.. so it is available for the next govt. So a new party if want to consult experts, it will automatically tow the previous government line. @Blacklight
 

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good talk...
it is the most valid point that think tank assessment doesn't change with government.. so it is available for the next govt. So a new party if want to consult experts, it will automatically tow the previous government line. @Blacklight
Issue is not lack of intellectuals or Think Tanks, issues is lack of political will. We are held hostage by sellouts in green passports.

No where in the world such morons are given a free hand like in our beloved motherland!
 

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Pakistan was responsible for soviet defeat
Pakistan was responsible for their title of "Sole super power"
Pakistan was responsible for US defeat in Afghanistan
Pakistan will be responsible for a new Super power.

everyone knows this
 

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lack of political will
Who cares here for Political will? All it needs military Push.
Moron will remain morons as long as its people think them so.

Pakistan was responsible for soviet defeat
Pakistan was responsible for their title of "Sole super power"
Pakistan was responsible for US defeat in Afghanistan
Pakistan will be responsible for a new Super power.

everyone knows this
Pakistan needs to take its own responsibility instead of others. we really need to sort out priorities.
 

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Pakistan was responsible for soviet defeat
Pakistan was responsible for their title of "Sole super power"
Pakistan was responsible for US defeat in Afghanistan
Pakistan will be responsible for a new Super power.

everyone knows this
Don't forget the following


Pakistan was responsible for parting the Red Sea for Moses
Pakistan was responsible for Ally victory in WWI
Pakistan was responsible for Ally victory in WWII
Pakistan was responsible for the Falkland War
Pakistan was responsible for the Vietnam War
Pakistan was responsible for the Korean War
Pakistan was responsible for the Gulf War
Pakistan was responsible for the Breakup of Ottoman Empire

Am I missing anything else?
and here we go....................................

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Lol, dear God.
 

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Exploring US, Afghan & Pakistan’s relations with Islamabad Policy and Research Institute’s executive director, Dr. Hussain Nadim. What was his thought behind joining a think tank? How did he reform IPRI? Why don’t boomers trust the youth of Pakistan? What is the concept behind G5 IO? How TikTok has reached out to the grass-root level? What does he think about US forces leaving Pakistan? How does it affect Pakistan? What is the best and worst scenario? What is the impact of the border fences created by Pakistan on security? How important is it? Why there has been no call from President Joe Biden to Prime Minister Imran Khan? In the context of Pakistan, why are we refusing to call Osama bin laden the way everybody is calling?
Is Pakistan responsible for US failure in Afghanistan?

Well, USA came in with the goal of destroying AQ and denying the area for anybody trying to use it as a staging area for attacks against the homeland. I would say that those goals have been achieved. Now it is just a matter of ensuring that it remains so. That is all. And I would predict that Pakistan will help USA in these mutually beneficial national interest goals. Win-Win.
 

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Don't forget the following


Pakistan was responsible for parting the Red Sea for Moses
Pakistan was responsible for Ally victory in WWI
Pakistan was responsible for Ally victory in WWII
Pakistan was responsible for the Falkland War
Pakistan was responsible for the Vietnam War
Pakistan was responsible for the Korean War
Pakistan was responsible for the Gulf War
Pakistan was responsible for the Breakup of Ottoman Empire

Am I missing anything else?


Lol, dear God.
yes, what is your name
but why are you acting like Hamid Mir Mir Mir.
 

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Don't forget the following


Pakistan was responsible for parting the Red Sea for Moses
Pakistan was responsible for Ally victory in WWI
Pakistan was responsible for Ally victory in WWII
Pakistan was responsible for the Falkland War
Pakistan was responsible for the Vietnam War
Pakistan was responsible for the Korean War
Pakistan was responsible for the Gulf War
Pakistan was responsible for the Breakup of Ottoman Empire

Am I missing anything else?


Lol, dear God.

Pakistan is responsible why indians are so miserable
 

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Don't forget the following


Pakistan was responsible for parting the Red Sea for Moses
Pakistan was responsible for Ally victory in WWI
Pakistan was responsible for Ally victory in WWII
Pakistan was responsible for the Falkland War
Pakistan was responsible for the Vietnam War
Pakistan was responsible for the Korean War
Pakistan was responsible for the Gulf War
Pakistan was responsible for the Breakup of Ottoman Empire

Am I missing anything else?


Lol, dear God.
LOL. You can add ''Tea is good''
 

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