Standoff in South Asia: Implications for Procurement in India and Pakistan
By Hamilton Cook & Shane Mason
Following the ongoing situation between India and Pakistan this week, Research Associate Hamilton Cook sat down with Senior Market Analyst Shane Mason on the morning of February 28, to discuss the events of this week, the historical context that led to the tensions, recent shifting patterns of procurement from both countries on the global stage, and military industrial implications for the wider community.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Hamilton Cook is a Research Associate with Avascent Analytics, where he specializes in airborne platforms and systems, simulation and training, and the US Army. In addition, Hamilton has been quoted in media regarding US Army aviation, long-range fires, and budgetary policy. Previously, Hamilton worked in Avascent’s consulting division, where he specialized in military platforms as well as services price-to-win. For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shane Mason is a Senior Market Analyst with Avascent Analytics in Washington, DC. Shane was previously a Research Associate at the Stimson Center’s South Asia Program, and a Scoville Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He graduated with an MA from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, and received his BA from Pepperdine University. For more information, contact: email@example.com.
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