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Published on Aug 22, 2012
President Obama has declared that the war in Afghanistan must be won, and after the 30,000 troop surge implemented by the president, he has outlined two objectives: to deny a safe haven for al-Qaeda and reverse the Taliban's momentum and prevent them from overthrowing the government.According to Obama, the only real way to achieve this mission is with Pakistan's help, but whose side are they on? Jere Van Dyk, author of the book Captive,joins us with his take on the Taliban after he was held prisoner by the group,and explains Pakistan could be playing both sides of the war on terror.