President-elect Obama has pledged to step up the fight against the Taliban in Afghanistan. He has already committed to send thousands more U.S. troops to the country. But military experts warn that in some ways it's a tougher war than the one in Iraq, and Obama might be staking the reputation of his new national security team on a quagmire. This morning we're joined by New York Times military correspondent, Michael Gordon.
"If there is a central front in the war on terrorism, it's really in Pakistan, not Afghanistan."
?Michael Gordon on the war on terror.