I wouldn't read too much into this. I tend to doubt that there's any "deal" in which Pakistan offers up bin Laden in exchange for a cessation of drone attacks, for example. Pakistain is in a double-bind. If it doesn't criticize our military actions w/in Pakistan, then it risks further agitation from its Islamists. If it somehow got us to stop targeting militants with Predator/Reaper drone strikes then it risks the threats that leading militant rebels pose to its state. Consequently, Pakistan has chosen to play on both sides of the field.
Osama bin Laden wasn't much more than a figurehead for years. Global Islamic terrorism has become a franchised operation. Islamic militants/terrorists in Indonesia, Pakistan, India, Iraq, etc. claim allegiance to al-Qaeda, but are not connected in any other fashions than getting funding from existing sources and a shared ideology.
My best guess is that this changes nothing. Islamist terrorists aren't going to stop wanting to kill us, and we most assuredly haven't won the war against them that will probably never be won.
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