So, as it’s been widely noted, Osama bin Laden was hiding in plain sight, close to the Pakistani capital of Islamabad — and to make it more relatable for Americans, Stephen Colbert notes in this “Colbert Report” clip, that it’s as though he was camped out in Baltimore, vis-à-vis Washington, D.C. Except Baltimore is more dangerous.

Colbert also checks in with the president of the Council on Foreign Relations, Richard Haass, to consider what this ginormous development in international politics will mean for the complex relationship between the U.S. and Pakistan. Here’s a keyword to keep in mind: difficult. –KA

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