The terrorist attacks against the United States on September 11, 2001 transformed world affairs and irrevocably altered America's relationship with at least two Asian nations — Afghanistan and Pakistan. Since then, Asia Society has used its unique position as a bridge between Asia and the United States to present a wide array of programming, opinion and analysis related to 9/11 and its fallout. The content listed below (in reverse chronological order) presents a worldwide spectrum of responses to the attacks and their aftermath.
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We all know Afghanistan, but how well do we understand it? This website explores the geopolitical and cultural heritage of Afghanistan and compels new thinking about the region today.
Pakistan 2020: A Vision for Building a Better Future
This Asia Society Study Group provides recommendations to address Pakistan's political, social and economic challenges in the coming decade.
Back from the Brink? A Strategy for Stabilizing Afghanistan-Pakistan
Asia Society's 2009 Task Force report offered a comprehensive new strategy for U.S. policy in both Afghanistan and Pakistan.