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War Room (Pakistan: Reliable Ally: Cohen, Rohrabacher Interview) Part II #655330

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. [ROHRABACHER - expresses concern about Pakistan having nuclear capabilities since the US has not been engaged in the Asian region for the last 10 years.] [ASHRAF - says the weapons are in safe hands in Pakistan.] [COHEN - SAYS Hersh's report about the nuclear arsenal is exaggerated.] Statement from Seymour Hersh in the "New Yorker" about Pakistan's nuclear arsenal quoted.

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