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Pakistan / Nuclear Nightmare / Goldberg Interview #1006704

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 04, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A report on the nuclear nightmare in Pakistan introduced. [In interview, "The Atlantic" Jeffrey GOLDBERG†- says Pakistan has the nukes, is unstable, the state could disintegrate, and its intelligence can be penetrated; explains how its nuclear arsenal can be moved from place to place and how the US is worried about the state falling apart.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier in-studio conversation held with CNN's Fareed Zakaria and Fran Townsend about Pakistan's nukes. [TOWNSEND - talks about the moving of nukes, how vulnerable the nuclear supply is; comments on the US military aid that buys the notion of a stable Pakistan.] [ZAKARIA - says Pakistan is moving the weapons around so the Americans don't get them; calls the aid a "protection racket."]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:08:40

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