Critical attention is increasingly directed toward Pakistan's Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI) for its alleged involvement in a series of recent high profile terrorist attacks inside Pakistan as well as earlier in India and Afghanistan. The panelists will examine the scope of the ISI's activities and its composition. They will discuss its place within the military establishment and whether it ever operates as a rogue organization. Panelists will also consider to what extent the ISI's relationship with US intelligence is cooperative or competitive.

Speakers: Karen DeYoung, Arturo Munoz, Shuja Nawaz, Walter Andersen