Bhutto's Death Forces U.S. to Rethink S. Asia Policy

Benazir Bhutto's assassination has forced the Bush administration to reappraise its policies in South Asia. Some analysts say the White House has focused too narrowly on Afghanistan, when in fact there's much more at stake for the United States in nuclear-armed Pakistan.

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