Pakistan is failing to contain the extremist onslaught inside the country, with local militants now claiming to be cooperating with Islamic State. All while tensions with neighboring India are at a boiling point and risk unraveling into a full-blown confrontation between two nuclear powers. The election of Donald Trump in the US doesn't add hope of stability for Islamabad – after his harsh rhetoric on relations with Pakistan. Is there a way to prop up the fragile security balance? And with a new president in the White House, what role will the US play in the battle against terrorism in the region? We ask former Foreign Minister of Pakistan Hina Khar.