Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Pakistan today for two days of security and economic talks with the nation's top civilian and military leaders. This comes only a month after a devastating attack that killed 140 at a military school in Peshawar. Kerry is calling for Pakistan to crack down on militants targeting not only the Pakistani people, but the US as well. Michael Gordon, national security correspondent for the New York Times, joins us from Islamabad.
Secretary of State Kerry in Pakistan for Anti-terrorism Talks
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