NATO forces are dealing with the worst upsurge in violence in Afghanistan since 2001, human rights groups are criticizing the coalition forces for a rising number of civilian deaths, and Pakistan reports its military destroyed a compound linked to al Qaeda near its border with Afghanistan. Diane and her guests talk about the latest news from the region.

Guests

  • Pamela Constable Kabul and Islamabad Bureau Chief for "The Washington Post"
  • Barnett Rubin Director of studies at the Center on International Cooperation at New York University and former adviser to the U.N. on Afghanistan
  • Stephen Cohen Senior fellow of foreign policy and the 21st Century Defense Initiative, Brookings Institution.

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