Nearly 60 people were killed in Islamabad, Pakistan, over the weekend after a terrorist strike against the Marriott hotel in the capital city. The president and prime minister of Pakistan were not among the dead, due largely to a last minute change in plans for the two leaders as they ended the Ramadan fast. So how was this attack carried out? Does it show the terrorists are afraid of the new government? Or that terrorists have infiltrated the government? We ask all these questions to Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Vice President of Research at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.