After Obama appointed the veteran diplomat to manage U.S. relations with Afghanistan and Pakistan, the two could not see eye to eye before Holbrooke's death in 2010. George Packer, author of a new biography on Holbrooke, explains why.
Hassan Abbas argues that while few good options exist for dealing with the Central Asian country, the 45th president's approach is unlikely to make things better.
But the retired general reminded an Asia Society audience that "one strike does not a strategy make."
Asia Society Executive Vice President Tom Nagorski gazes into his crystal ball.