NPR's Michele Norris speaks with Hassan Abbas on Pakistan's Security Crisis



Pakistan Attacks Raise Questions Of Security
Michele Norris speaks with Hassan Abbas, NPR, October 12, 2009

It's been a particularly violent week in Pakistan. A string of bombings has rocked several communities, killing dozens and injuring many more. The recent spate of attacks raises questions about the ability of the Pakistani government to control militants in the country's largely lawless northern region. Michele Norris speaks with Hassan Abbas, senior adviser to the Belfer Center at Harvard's Kennedy School and a fellow at the Asia Society.

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Related:
‘Senior officers were main target of GHQ attack’ - The News
Terror wave continues, army targeted again - DT
GHQ attackers’ leader one of army defectors - DT
How an ex-Army commando became a terrorist - The News
In Pakistan, a Deadly Resurgence - Washington Post
Pakistani Police Had Warned Army About a Raid - New York Times

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