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Pakistan / Taliban #930143

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 23, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The war within Pakistan, an ally to the US, against the Taliban, introduced. [Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON - speaks about Pakistan & the problems we face that are partially our responsibility.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Fareed Zakaria) Why Pakistan does not want to fight a guerrilla war against Taliban as opposed to its long cold war with India, the danger of a spiral in anarchy in the country, what the government/military has to recognize & do in counter-insurgency warfare & the troubling reports on the new ACLU photos of prisoner abuse in Afghanistan & Iraq discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Zakaria, Fareed

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