The anti-American axis would point to an American with a loud shirt and a tourist visa as an example of America's "imperialism" and "disregard for national sovereignty"... so frankly nothing we do or don't do would change their views. Besides, we've done a lot of disregarding national sovereignty with Afghanistan and Iraq. Pakistan isn't special.There is no doubt much criticism will be made against America in the way of Pakistan, and the anti-American axis will probably just try and use it as an example of America's "imperialism" and "disregard for national sovereign".
Yep, just as any nation would have been justified in orchestrating a snatch-and-grab mission for Slobodan Milošević or any other globally wanted terrorist. Countries that harbor terrorist leaders and war criminals have been put on alert.The question here is however, was Obama right in deeming a clear violation of Pakistani sovereign and international law as a lesser concern considering the importance and scope of the mission at hand?