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Pakistan is edging closer to an acute crisis. The security climate is deteriorating, inflation is rampant and the political situation is becoming ever more unstable. Unprecedented flooding in 2022 and years of economic mismanagement mean there is a high risk of economic collapse. Militants including the Pakistani Taliban (TTP), emboldened since the US withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2021, are mounting increasingly frequent attacks countrywide.
Many of our clients have asked us about the likelihood of instability in Pakistan and what the impact would be on geopolitics and the business environment across the region.
In this briefing, we will cover:
The briefing will include an opportunity for you to pose questions to our panel.
Places are limited and preference will be given to Dragonfly clients.
Date: Thursday, 9 March 2023
Time: 1100hrs EST / 1600hrs GMT / 1700hrs CET / 2000hrs GST
Image: Supporters gather around a car carrying Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan (not pictured) after he appeared at the court in Islamabad on February 28, 2023. Photo by Farooq Naeem/AFP via Getty Images.Register my interest