In Pakistan, the World Food Program of the United Nations came under attack on Monday.
Authorities say a suicide bomber dressed as a security officer and carrying a large object made his way into the lobby of the World Food Program’s headquarters in Islamabad. They say he detonated 18 pounds of explosives, killing five people.
On Sunday, the leader of the Taliban in Pakistan warned of new attacks in retaliation for U.S. missile strikes along the border with Afghanistan.
Marvin Weinbaum, a scholar at the Middle East Institute and former State Department analyst on Afghanistan and Pakistan, joins Daljit Dhaliwal to discuss the debate about Afghanistan war strategy and the connection between the Taliban in Pakistan and in Afghanistan.
Should the United States demand that Pakistan do even more to contain Taliban extremists operating in Pakistan?
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