Independent Task Force of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Asia Society has come up with this report: New Priorities in South Asia: U.S. Policy towards India, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
bq. Recognizing the critical importance of South Asia to global and U.S. national security, the Task Force report calls on Congress and the Bush administration to adjust U.S. policy toward the region and give it sustained, high-level attention. Foremost amongst its recommendations is the securing of a moderate Muslim state in Pakistan, consolidating and deepening increasingly important U.S.-India ties, actively encouraging peaceful relations between India and Pakistan, and ensuring an Afghanistan where terrorists can never again find shelter must be priority foreign policy goals for the United States.
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