PBS NewsHour Segment: U.S.-Pakistani Ties: a History of Needing Each Other, Patching Things Up
Summary: With tension rising again between the U.S. and Pakistan, described as “two countries that need each other badly,” Margaret Warner looks at the state of relations with Shuja Nawaz of the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center and Washington Post columnist David Ignatius.
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NPR Morning Edition: Helicopter Strike Strains Tense U.S.-Pakistan Ties
Summary: The increased difficulty now stems from U.S. pressure on Pakistan to root out militants on its soil.
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