Stephen Philip Cohen

Brookings Institution

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Senior Fellow in Foreign Policy Studies at the Brookings Institution; former member of the Policy Planning Staff at the US Department of State (1985-1987); co-author of Four Crises and a Peace Process: American Engagement in South Asia and author of numerous books on military and proliferation issues in South Asia, including The Idea of Pakistan

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