Sky News will report live from Pakistan from Monday 23rd March to Wednesday 25th March 2009.
Jeremy Thompson will present live from the capital, Islamabad, to find out why Pakistan has become the frontline in terror and ask what the West can do about it.
Asia correspondent, Alex Crawford and Chief correspondent, Stuart Ramsay will report from around the country.
Home affairs correspondent, Mark White will examine Britain’s unique relationship with Pakistan.
On Wednesday 25th March at 8pm, Foreign affairs editor, Tim Marshall will present a live debate on a nation which is facing a ‘mortal threat’ from internal militancy.
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