MCU Lecture - The Pakistani Surge: Progress and Challenges

Middle East Studies at Marine Corps University invites you to a presentation by Mr. Haider Mullick, a Fellow at U.S. Joint Special Operations University and the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, entitled "The Pakistani Surge: Progress and Challenges" scheduled for 1400-1530, 9 July 2010 at the Gray Research Center, Room 164-166, 2040 Broadway St, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia.

Mr. Haider Ali Hussein Mullick is a fellow at the U.S. Joint Special Operations University and the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding. Additionally, he consults with government organizations and advises on security, diplomacy, governance and development issues in South Asia. In the past he has conducted research at the Brookings Institution's Foreign Policy Studies (U.S.-Pakistan Relations), the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (Pakistan's Political Economy and Reviving Failed States), and the Hudson Institute's Center on Islam, Democracy, and the Future of the Muslim World (Madrassa Education and Links to Islamist Militancy). He is the author of "Pakistan's Security Paradox: Countering and Fomenting Insurgencies".

Please mark your calendars and pass this announcement along to those who you think may be interested. More details will follow for subsequent presentations.

Resources and information pertaining to this lecture series are also available at the MES at MCU website at the following link: http://www.mcu.usmc.mil/Pages/Middle%20East%20Studies.aspx.

Should you have any questions, or wish to RSVP for the event, please contact Adam Seitz at (703) 432-5260 or seitzac@grc.usmcu.edu.

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