Natalie Liu is an award-winning journalist. Her feature story on legendary Soviet dissident Natan Sharansky was awarded First Place in Multimedia/Online Journalism at the 2017 Chesapeake Associated Press (AP) Broadcasters Association contest. Natalie joined VOA in 2002 upon graduation from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service (MSFS). In addition to Georgetown, she has studied history, government and literature at The University of Pennsylvania, Harvard and Peking University. Prior to joining VOA, she covered international news for The Washington Times and CBS News. She writes and publishes in both English and Chinese, with an emphasis on foreign policy, geopolitics and human rights. Outside of work, her interests include music, calligraphy, and comparative intellectual history.
Asad Majeed Khan, Pakistan's current ambassador in Washington, says his government would like to see relationship move beyond 'the security pillar' to establish equally strong bonds in education, commerce and trade