U.S. Foreign Policy in South Asia: A Vision for Prosperity and Security

 U.S. Foreign Policy in South Asia: A Vision for Prosperity and Security Remarks, by Nisha Desai Biswal Assistant Secretary, Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government Cambridge, MA on April 16, 2014 Thank you Ambassador Burns for that kind introduction, and let me say that it is a great pleasure to be here in Boston with you today. I had the pleasure of being in Cambridge a couple of years ago to address young Asian students as part of the Harvard Project on Asia and it’s wonderful to be back at the Kennedy School. It is particularly poignant to be here this week, as we commemorate the one year anniversary of the tragic bombing of the Boston Marathon and celebrate the resilience of this city and with the 118...
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