Mumbai, South Asian Nuclear Tensions and the Obama Administratration: An Interview with Jacqueline Cabasso
The November terrorist attack in Mumbai, India is only the latest eruption in potentially explosive South Asia. What will the new Obama administration do as the conflict in Afghanistan spreads to its nuclear-armed neighbors? Will he undo the damage to nuclear non-proliferation efforts that resulted from the recent U.S.-India nuclear deal - a deal that Obama, Clinton and Biden supported? Dave Mazza talks with Jacqueline Cabasso, executive director of the Western States Legal Foundation about these and other questions regarding this volatile and important aspect of U.S. foreign policy. Cabasso, whose organization monitors , is a contributor to the book "Nuclear Disorder or Cooperative Security?" and a winner of the Sean MacBride Peace Prize.