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How Pakistan Views The U.S. After The Bush Years

The Bush administration is winding down its term and will say goodbye to the White House next month. Morning Edition is talking with foreign analysts this week about how the U.S. looks from abroad as the Obama administration prepares to take power. Fasi Zaka is a columnist in Pakistan and also hosts a satirical news show. He tells Renee Montagne that Pakistanis form their opinions of the United States by how the U.S. engages with the outside world.

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