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Clinton Identifies "Mortal Threat" In Pakistan

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Clinton Identifies "Mortal Threat" In Pakistan

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Clinton Identifies "Mortal Threat" In Pakistan

Clinton Identifies "Mortal Threat" In Pakistan

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Wednesday that Pakistan "poses a mortal threat to the security and safety of our country and the world."

As the Taliban closes in on Pakistan's nuclear-armed capital, should the rest of the world worry?

Guests:

Jackie Northam, national security correspondent for NPR

Ahmed Rashid, author of Descent Into Chaos

Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, correspondent for Frontline/World on PBS

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