In the wake of the attacks on Mumbai, one challenge facing the United States is to keep Pakistan focused on the fight against the Taliban and al-Qaeda on its western border with Afghanistan. A concern is that Pakistan will give up that fight if it has to move troops to its eastern border with India.
Daniel Markey, a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, speaks with Martin Savidge about the future of Pakistan’s participation in the war on terror, Asif Ali Zardari’s response to the attacks in India and a visit to Pakistan by U.S. joint chiefs of staff.
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