Until his death, Osama bin Laden had been staying in a compound on the outskirts of Abbottabad, a town with a major Pakistani military presence. This has raised questions about Pakistan's commitment as a partner with the U.S. in fighting terrorism. Now, there are congressional calls for a reassessment of the strategic relationship -- and even of withholding aid to Pakistan.
Next Steps in U.S.-Pakistan Relations
Mark Quarterman, senior adviser and director of the Program on Crisis, Conflict, and Cooperation at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and former chief of staff of the U.N. Commission of Inquiry into the assassination of Prime Minister Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto of Pakistan
Adam Roberts, South Asia bureau chief for The Economist
Howard Schaffer, former ambassador to Bangladesh and senior counselor at Georgetown University's Institute for the Study of Diplomacy
Kiren Aziz Chaudhry, professor of political science at UC Berkeley