As heads of state gather in Washington, D.C. for the final Nuclear Security Summit this week, what would South Asia’s leaders say to President Barack Obama? In this series, two SAV contributors speculate what Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif might convey to the U.S. president on their country’s nuclear security accomplishments, areas for improvement, and an issue they would like on the agenda at the Summit. Two other contributors sketch out how President Obama might respond.
Classified: From Modi, to Obama by Reshmi Kazi
Letter Diplomacy: Mian Sharif to Sadar Obama by Zafar Khan
India’s Nuclear Concerns: Obama Responds by Arun Vishwanathan
Obama to Sharif: Few Carrots, Mostly Sticks by Sannia Abdullah