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Published on Oct 20, 2011
Relations between Washington and Islamabad may be at an all-time low. Was the daring SEAL raid into Abbottabad to kill Osama bin Laden nearly six months ago a one-off event? Or, if the U.S. is serious about Afghanistan, does it have to begin routinely attacking the Haqqani network and other trouble-makers inside their Pakistan lairs? Brian Katulis of the Center for American Progress, and Stephen Biddle at the Council on Foreign Relations -- Afghanistan experts, both -- take on the issue with John Nagl, president of the Center for a New American Security, and TIME Magazine's Mark Thompson.