Sarwar's Chronicles

A collection of Sarwar’s opinion columns and book reviews since 2002

NATO’s Surreal World

Opinion piece by By Sarwar A. Kashmeri

Has the Atlantic alliance outlived its usefulness? The British journalist and writer Geoffrey Wheatcroft raised that question in an opinion article (“Who needs NATO?,” June 16) that drew a strong reaction from Ivo H. Daalder, the U.S. permanent representative to NATO, who argued that the alliance is more needed than ever (Counterpoint, June 18-19). Sarwar Kashmeri, a senior fellow in the Atlantic Council’s International Security Program and the author of “NATO 2.0: Reboot or Delete?,” joins the debate.

Sarwar's Article Contributions to Huffpost

A complete collection of his articles and opinion pieces

Sarwar A. Kashmeri is Adjunct Professor of Political Science and Applied Research Fellow at the Peace & War Center, Norwich University, and a Fellow with the Foreign Policy Association. His independent study courses at Norwich focus on U.S. Grand Strategy and National Security. He is an author and current affairs commentator, and is noted for his expertise on United States/European Union relations, and NATO. The articles available cover all his important contributions to the HUFFPOST.

Sarwar's Opinion Contributions to U.S. News

Opinion pieces by By Sarwar A. Kashmeri

Sarwar Kashmeri is adjunct professor of political science at Norwich University and fellow of the Foreign Policy Association. He hosts the “China in Focus” podcast series for Carnegie Corporation of New York.

Read his opinion pieces and more at U.S. News & World Report.

Sarwar's Article Contributions to Huffpost

A complete collection of his articles and opinion pieces

The last time a British prime minister endorsed an American president’s plans for military intervention, it resulted in the US invasion of Iraq – one of the worst foreign policy blunders in recent American history. …That is why last week’s endorsement by David Cameron of a warning by Barack Obama that even the threat of chemical weapons by Syria could trigger a military intervention should be viewed with alarm on both sides of the Atlantic…   Read this and much more from Sarwar at The Guardian.

Sarwar's Appearances on the C-Span Network

A complete collection of video featuring Sarwar A. Kashmeri

Sarwar A. Kashmeri is an Adjunct Professor for Political Science in the Norwich University with several videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 2010 Forum as a Fellow for the Foreign Policy Association. Tune in to see more video appearances on C-Span featuring Professor Sarwar A. Kashmeri.

 

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Sarwar A. Kashmeri's Latest Posts

Polaris Live: September Schedule

Welcome to PolarisLive’s 2nd year. . It is a pleasure for me to announce our September 2021 guest lineup and some programming changes that you will notice during the next year.

First the changes. They are a direct result of feedback from you, our viewers.

Beginning this month you will occasionally see someone else in the host’s chair. This will let us broaden the perspective of the informed and forthright conversation you have come to expect from PolarisLive. In a way this is like the “by invitation” guest columns in forward-thinking media. Another innovative step in PolarisLive’s leadership in exploring the most consequential relationship of our time–that between the United States and China.

We will also move to a bi-weekly format to give more depth to understanding the topic that is being illuminated. But we do this with an entrepreneurial caveat—whenever current events dictate PolarisLive will add an episode between the bi-weekly lineup that is sent to you at the beginning of each month.

We have changed the umbrella title for PolarisLive from “A China Agenda for President Biden,” to “The United States and China in the World.” The former title was a prelude to my report “The Telegram: A China Agenda for President Biden,” for the Foreign Policy Association (FPA)–which you can download from my website. Now we widen the aperture to take in the increasing complexity of the U.S. – China relationship. Think the American departure from Afghanistan and its impact on U.S.-India-Pakistan-China; increased complexity is an understatement, By the way, PolarisLive will explore the Afghan development through U.S., China, India, and Pakistan perspectives during October. Watch out for the announcements.

14 September 2021 8AM-9AM ET

An interview with Shan Weijian: Is China’s Communist Party jealous of its Capitalists?
On September 14, Shan Weijian, Chairman and CEO of PAG, one of Asia’s most influential private-equity firms, returns to PolarisLive to discuss the apparent turmoil in China’s giant financial-technology marketplace. What’s behind the last minute cancellation of large Chinese IPO’s on Wall Street. Is President Xi Jinping trying to bring China’s red-hot capitalism to heel? Is the Western media reporting these events accurately? Is Wall Street’s position as the world’s financial center in danger?

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21 September 2021 9:30AM-10:30AM ET
Prof. Li Xing, on “The Telegram: The United States and China in the World.”
On September 21 (see we’ve broken the bi-weekly format rule already!) Professor Xing Li, of Aalborg University, Denmark, takes over as PolarisLive’s host to question me about my analysis of the FPA report and especially its more controversial recommendations for large joint China-U.S. projects to ease the hostility between them. EG: the U.S. should use Wall Street money, American workers, and China’s expertise to rebuild American infrastructure.

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28 September 2021 1PM-2PM ET
Suzanne Nielsen, Colonel U.S. Army on “The Telegram: The United States and China in the World.”
On September 28, Suzanne Nielsen, Department Chair of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point’s famous Department of Social Studies (SOSH) takes over as host (in a personal capacity) to review the FPA report. Colonel Nielsen is one of the brightest thinkers in U.S. national security circles, and you won’t want to miss this episode.

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