Bin Laden Death Heightens U.S.-Pakistan Tensions

June 27, 2011
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Bin Laden Death Heightens U.S.-Pakistan Tensions
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Daniel Markey, Senior Fellow for India, Pakistan, and South Asia at the Council on Foreign Relations, explores the implications of Osama bin Laden’s death for U.S. tense relations with Pakistan, the country in which the al-Qaeda leader was hiding.

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