Not martial but partial? Javed Jabbar, former Pakistani senator
History doesn't repeat itself, but it often rhymes, and if Mark Twain were alive today, he may have added, "particularly so in Pakistan." The world’s fifth most populous country has long found itself at the crossroads of regional and global politics, which has made internal power struggles all the more intense. Where is Islamabad likely to be after the current political and legal crisis ends? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Javed Jabbar, a former Pakistani senator, federal minister and author.