Coming Up on This Week: Pakistan's Ambassador, Sens. Jack Reed and Richard Lugar

Plus the This Week Roundtable on Barack Obama's national security team.

Nov. 28, 2008 — -- It was an unbelievably brutal terror attack killed hundreds, including six American citizens, wounded several hundreds more, and set fire to landmark hotels in India's financial capital.

This Sunday, we'll take an in-depth look at the crisis, starting with ABC News' Dan Harris reporting from Mumbai.

In an exclusive interview, Husain Haqqani, Pakistan's Ambassador to the United States, discusses his country's relations with India and the blame that some people are placing for the attacks.

Then, we'll discuss the new dangers, threats, and the U.S. response with Senators Jack Reed, D-Rhode Island, of the Senate Armed Services Committee and Richard Lugar, R-Ind., the top Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

What do we know about the group of armed men who carried out the attacks?

And, on the Roundtable this week, we'll break down how President-elect Barack Obama is seizing control of the message surrounding the financial crisis and look ahead to his expected news conference this week where he'll announce his national security team.

We'll take on that and more with the This Week Roundtable: ABC's George Will, Matthew Dowd, Donna Brazile and Torie Clarke.

See you Sunday morning.

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