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War Room (Pakistan: Reliable Ally: Cohen, Rohrabacher Interview) Part II #655327

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 07, 2001
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion continued with Pakistan task force on human development Dr. Nasim Ashraf, Brookings Institution Stephen Cohen and Representative Dana Rohrabacher about the question of the reliability of Pakistan as ally of the United States campaign in Afghanistan. [COHEN - downplays the role of exiled king Zahir Shah; assesses Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf's role.] [ROHRABACHER - says the exiled king is the most beloved person in Afghanistan; suggests Musharraf should not be deciding on who will lead Afghanistan.] [ASHRAF - says the Northern Alliance is a small player in the game; says the exiled king is still held in high esteem; indicates there is no unifying force.]

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