Lisa Curtis

Senior Research Fellow, Heritage Foundation

Guest

Senior research fellow for South Asia in the Asia Studies Center at the Heritage Foundation; former senior advisor in the State Department's Bureau of South Asian Affairs (2001-2003); former South Asia expert for Senator Richard Luger, then Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee

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