In 2002 in Indonesia more than 200 people were killed in the Bali bombings and the Jemaah Islamiyah network was seen as a major threat in the region.
Seven years later and the threat of extremist violence in Indonesia seems to have waned.
Pakistan however is struggling to cope with the extremist threat and has faced a recent upsurge in violent attacks and the Talebanisation of areas adjacent to Afghanistan.
Has Indonesia found methods of dealing with extremism that Pakistan could learn from?
Newshour will be live from Paksitan and Indonesia this Wednesday.