Pakistan's Predicament

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In the streets of Pakistan, America's most important Muslim ally in the War on Terrorism, Presidents Bush and Musharraf are burned in effigy while Osama bin Laden is touted as a hero. The country's military intelligence service has ties to the Taliban and, perhaps, to Bin Laden as well. Yet despite a general strike called for Friday, Musharraf is so confident he's traveling to New York to visit "ground zero" and give a speech to the United Nations. We speak with defense experts about the predicament of this shaky ally and the stability of its nuclear arsenal, and with a UN spokesman about its increasing refugee crisis.
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