Rice in Pakistan on anti-Taliban mission
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice arrived in Islamabad on Tuesday on a mission to make Pakistan and Afghanistan stop their bickering and work better together to fight resurgent Taliban forces.
Rice's return to the region, just three months after accompanying President George W. Bush there, comes at a time when both the Afghan and Pakistani leaders are suffering from slumps in popularity and their credibility is being questioned abroad.
Because, you know, she's used to dealing with administrations that are
suffering from slumps in popularity
credibility is being questioned.
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