Wednesday, April 15, 2015, 3PM-4:30PM
Drawing on his time as a police officer and counterterrorism official in Karachi, Omar Hamid discusses the nexus of crime, militancy and corruption in Pakistan’s most populous city. With ever more people living in ever more crowded metropolises, will it ever be possible to maintain the rule of law? And from half a world away, what hope does Washington ever have of influencing events on the ground?
Moderator: Negar Razavi- PS21 Global Fellow, anthropologist, University of Pennsylvania
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