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The War Room (Wilson, Cirincione, Hunter Interviews - Part II) #724452

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 28, 2001
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with former Representative Charles Wilson†, Carnegie Endowment Joseph Cirincione†, and former US Ambassador to NATO Robert Hunter† about the impact of a nuclear war between India and Pakistan and the possibility that terrorist Osama bin Laden may have bought his way into Pakistan; map shown. [HUNTER - says the fallout from nuclear material is less than it is politically; comments on the whereabouts of bin Laden.] [CIRINCIONE - says a nuclear war would cause an Asian nuclear chain reaction affecting China, Japan, and other countries in the region; states bin Laden's escape route may have been destroyed.] [WILSON – says Al Qaeda could be behind the attacks on the Indian Parliament; describes the Pakistani intelligence agency; says the India-Pakistan conflict will undermine Pakistan's assistance in the war against terrorism.]

Reporter(s):
Blitzer, Wolf
Duration:
00:04:50

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