The US/Pakistani relationship has been on thin ice for quite some time. This after US lead attacks killed 24 Pakistani soldiers in a drone strike. In retaliation, Afghanistan banned US military aircraft and NATO supply routes were closed off. President Obama has been trying to repair the damage between the two countries, but recently the US put a bounty on one of Pakistan's anti-American leaders. Scott Horton, contributing editor for Harper's Magazine, helps analyze what this means to the already damaged relationship.