Musharraf Speaks at Churchill Former Pakistani President Hosted by NCLC in Washington

Pervez Musharraf, President of Pakistan from 2001–08, visited Washington D. C. in April and was interviewed for ninety minutes on television at the National Churchill Library and Center on the campus of The George Washington University. International Churchill Society Executive Director Michael F. Bishop interviewed the former president, who was also a four-star general in the army of Pakistan. Watch the entire video here

Pervez Musharraf talked about Pakistan’s current state of affairs, combating terrorism, and future relations with the US, India, China, and Russia. His appearance was the latest in a series of high-profile speakers who have appeared at the National Churchill Library since it officially opened last October. The first speaker was Gen. David Petraeus. Former British Foreign Secretary David Owen is also due to speak at the Library this month.

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