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Pakistan's General Election: Continuity or Change?

31 may 2013 13:00 - 14:00

Chatham House, London, Angleterre


Table ronde

Dr Farzana Shaikh, Associate Fellow, Asia Programme, Chatham House
Aamer Ahmed Khan, Head, BBC Urdu Service
Professor Ian Talbot, Professor of Modern British History, University of Southampton
Declan Walsh, Correspondent for Pakistan and Afghanistan, The Guardian (2004-11); Pakistan Bureau Chief, New York Times

Chair: Bridget Kendall, Diplomatic Correspondent, BBC

The speakers will discuss the outcome of Pakistan's general election as power is transferred from one elected government to another for the first time in its history. They will consider what the results of the 11 May election will mean for the trajectory of Pakistan's domestic and foreign policy challenges.

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