Experts hope for a reset in US-Pakistan ties


As the United States prepares to inaugurate the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. administration, experts are hoping that the 46th President would reset ties with Pakistan, moving past the limited scope of their transactional relationship that has mostly revolved around the Afghan conflict.

 “The in the face conversation about security concerns don’t need to happen the same way now,” said Dr. Moeed Yusuf, Special Assistant to Prime Minister of Pakistan on National Security, in his opening remarks during a webinar titled ‘Reset of US-Pakistan Relations’.

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