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Can Intelligence Services do Good? A Conversation between Indian and Pakistani Former Chiefs

Hosted by the South Asia Centre

Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building,

Speakers

Amarjit Singh Dulat

Ehsan ul Haq

Aamir Ghauri

Discussant

Rahul Roy-Chaudhury

Discussant

Chair

Dr Mukulika Banerjee

The panel will explore the nature of intelligence services in India and Pakistan, their challenges, limits and potentials towards domestic and international security issues. 

Amarjit Singh Dulat is former Chief of the Research and Analysis Wing.

Ehsan ul Haq is former Director General of the Inter-Services Intelligence.

Aamir Ghauri (@AamirGhauri) is the founder and Director of South Asia Future forum, and the editor of The News, Islamabad.

Rahul Roy-Chaudhury is Senior Fellow for South Asia, International Institute for Strategic Studies.

Mukulika Banerjee (@MukulikaB) is Director of the South Asia Centre and  Associate Professor in Social Anthropology at the London School of Economics and Political Science. 

This is a South Asia Centre and LSESU Pakistan Development Society public event, co-hosted with the South Asia Future Forum.

The South Asia Centre works with individuals, organisations, think tanks, the media, governments and parastatal institutions to debate South Asia amidst its constituent countries and with the world at large through multi-faceted dialogue and debate, and position it as a dynamic global region influencing wider challenges and powers.

The LSE SU Pakistan Development Society works towards youth empowerment, fighting misperceptions and breaking stereotypes by awareness campaigns. It organises events which consider the problems faced by Pakistan, and brings together students, academics and practitioners to discuss possible solutions to them.

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