The Post asked experts about the implications for U.S. security and policy.
Osama bin Laden’s death changes the political geography of the region around Pakistan and requires a fundamental rethinking of U.S. policy and interests.
The evidence is mounting that Pakistan was complicit in sheltering bin Laden. He was, in large part, Pakistan’s meal-ticket to billions of dollars in U.S. aid. Islamabad has been doing just enough to keep the money flowing but not enough to kill the golden goose. This is no longer tenable.
Did Pakistan ever seriously intend to stop al Qaeda and the Taliban from using its territory as a sanctuary?… Seguir leyendo »