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Sajjad Malik
标题图片 Dr Sajjad Malik (Twitter: @SajjadMalik) is an academic, journalist, columnist and researcher based in Pakistan, South Asia. He has a PhD in Peace and Conflict Studies. He specializes in "Role of Media in Peace and Conflict". He has also an abiding interest in regional affairs, global politics, extremism/militancy and local Pakistan issues.
2017 June 22
Saudi Arabia on the move
Mohammed bin Salman has crossed the first hurdle. He will have to work hard to convince the world and Saudis back home that he can lead the country.
2017 June 20
Trump rowing back on Cuban ties
A policy developed by his predecessor to thaw relations with Cuba has now been thrown into reverse by President Donald Trump, but it seems doomed to fail.
2017 June 13
The SCO and India-Pakistan rivalry
The SCO may provide a new forum for India and Pakistan to work through difficult diplomacy issues.
2017 June 11
Sifting through Trump's ME and Europe trip
Despite not making any major gaffes, Trump's visit added to the unease among key European allies in NATO and G-7.
2017 June 7
Afghan peace on the agenda
A new peace initiative has been launched in Afghanistan, but the Kabul government needs to broaden its approach if this is to succeed.
2017 June 6
Reflections on London terror attack
The world had many chances to tackle radicalism and its related terrorism since it began to blight the world in the 1980s. Now, the task is more difficult as London demonstrates.
2017 May 27
Trump, NATO and fight against militancy
President Donald Trump acting in reading the riot act to NATO leaders in Brussels reveals the weaknesses of the military alliance to deal with radical militancy.
2017 May 22
Rouhani's challenges and options after re-election
Iranians voted for a man who offered peace and hope by re-electing Hassan Rouhani as President. Now it's up to America and its allies to support them.
2017 May 19
Trump's rendezvous with Islam
There will be no quick fixes to fundamental contradictions, during President Trump's first foreign visit.
2017 May 18
The ghosts of James Comey and Watergate
President Donald Trump's sacking of FBI director has an uncanny resemblance to what happened 43 years ago during the Nixon Watergate furor.
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