FROM PAKISTAN’S PERSPECTIVE:
THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE PLANNED US WITHDRAWAL FROM
From June 14 to June 19, 2021, Wikistrat will run an online simulation that will explore the impact of different post-US withdrawal scenarios on Pakistan.
About the simulation
President Biden’s decision to withdraw all American forces from Afghanistan by September 2021 is allegedly seen as a victory for Pakistan. However, the planned withdrawal and its implications on Pakistan could be acute, ranging from the proliferation of widespread violence from Afghanistan to different and changing dynamics in the relations with its neighbors and potential risk for its domestic stability.
From June 14 to June 19, 2021, Wikistrat will run an online simulation that will explore the impact of different post-US withdrawal scenarios on Pakistan. Over 50 South Asia experts will take part in the simulation, explore potential implications of different scenarios, and assess their probability and risk for Pakistan and the region.
To explore the implications of different potential post-US-withdrawal scenarios on Pakistan, both domestically and regionally.
The simulation will run online on June 14-19 and include two phases: responding to scenarios (4 days) and voting to assess the risks and probabilities of the different scenarios and their impact on Pakistan (2 days). During this period, participation is highly flexible. You will be able to participate from anywhere, at any time, for as long as you want.