27 May 2014
The Kite Runner
Schmitt, Eric. " Clinton’s ‘Sorry’ to Pakistan ends barrier to NATO." The New York Times [New York] July 3rd, 2012: 1.Web. 12 May 2014.
Mrs. Clinton said that in a telephone call on Tuesday morning to Pakistan’s foreign minister, Hina Rabbani Khar, they had agreed that both sides made mistakes that led to the fatal airstrikes.“We are sorry for the losses suffered by the Pakistani military,” Mrs. Clinton said in a statement that the State Department issued but that officials said had been coordinated with her Pakistani counterpart. “We are committed to working closely with Pakistan and Afghanistan to prevent this from ever happening again.”
This article is credible because it reflects on the views of the famous newspaper, The New York Times, the New York Times was first published in 1851, and it's still published so it shows the experience and how authentic anything from the newspaper can be. This article is also credible because it portrays the views of an author that covers terrorism and national security, Eric Schmitt who started writing since 1982, attended Harvard University’s Executive Program on National and International Security. However, some of this information is bias and that needs to be taken into account.
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