Lisa Curtis of the Heritage Foundation recently testified at a Joint Subcommittee Hearing titled “After the Withdrawal: The Way Forward in Afghanistan and Pakistan” in which she argued that “The Pakistanis involved in [Convergence's USPLF] forum are voices for democracy and good governance and can mobilize support for a more stable and cooperative U.S.-Pakistan relationship.” You can read and see her full testimony here.
Philip Hellmich of The Shift Network writes about Convergence Founder Rob Fersh and his work in light of the recent shutdown in Washington, D.C.
Dean Emeritus of Grace Cathedral, Alan Jones, reflects on his recent visit to Pakistan with Convergence co-founder and CEO, Aakif Ahmad. The article was published by The Huffington Post.
Read The Wall Street Journal‘s coverage of Aakif Ahmad’s most recent trip to Pakistan where he engaged with the country’s religious leaders and their American counterparts as part of the larger US-Pakistan Leaders Forum.
Convergence Vice President Aakif Ahmad was on The Doug Noll Show to talk about the use of dialogue where there is division in solving public policy problems.
One year after the death of Osama bin Laden, Convergence’s Aakif Ahmad was interviewed on Iowa Public Radio about U.S.-Pakistan relations.