This Sunday on “State of the Union with Candy Crowley”, the killing of Osama bin Laden. We talk about the intelligence that led to the raid that brought him down, as well as the future fight against al Qaeda and other threats with National Security Adviser Tom Donilon.
Then, the questions surrounding Pakistan’s knowledge of Osama bin Laden’s whereabouts. Where does our relationship stand with Pakistan, and should we continue to provide this ally with foreign aid? We ask the Senate Foreign Relations Ranking Member, Sen. Richard Lugar (R-Indiana).
We then turn to the unrest in Libya and beyond with the NATO Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen.
And we wrap up the show with a breakdown of other political happenings of the week with former Congressman Tom Davis and former Obama White House aide Anita Dunn.
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Candi, please ask about the muslim world's view of the death.
They should rename the Crawley show "All Republicans, All the Time".
Disgusting. I can't stand to listen to the propaganda any longer.
I hope they lay off the Pakistan bashing. Sure, we would like Pakistan to do more. However, we need to be more sensitive to the difficult, complicated situation the Pakistani government faces in assisting the U.S., while dealing with their internal challenges, their own population, their neighbors, and other regional issues. We should also keep in mind that standing on principal, or pushing too much on their government officials comes with it a stong possibility of producing a result much worse than can be obtained though patient cooperation and compromise.
Those who oversimplify the situation or want us to dictate to other sovern nations may not be looking at things realistically and may, in fact, be pushing for a course of action that could put our long-term objectives at risk. Even the "shoot from the hip" Bush Administration was very careful about how they handled our relationship with Pakistan.
Those who are not in official diplomatic or direct decision making roles should really keep their mouths shut publically. They are making things more difficult for those who are in official positions.