Extremist violence continues to ravage Pakistan, despite a major counter-terrorist operation against the country's Taliban militants. That’s as a deadly Easter attack in the Pakistani city of Lahore took the lives of more than 70 people, with the group that claimed responsibility earlier pledging allegiance to Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL). Meanwhile, the US is slowly losing interest in the region, as troubles in Syria and Iraq have taken the spotlight from the terrorism in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Has Islamabad reached a turning point in the war on terror, and will the latest tragedy make Pakistani officials change their stance on who are and who are not truly terrorists? We ask the former PM of the country - Shaukat Aziz is on Sophie&Co today.