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Sajjad Malik
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.
April 21, 2018
Syrian war and warmongers
Instead of trying to address the situation, the leading nations are blatantly following their narrowly defined interests and it risks spiraling out of control.
April 14, 2018
The killing fields of Gaza
Even the presence of Hamas supporters cannot provide justification for killing people with impunity when they had not crossed the fence.
April 12, 2018
Xi the globalist
China will continue to improve through reform and take steps in innovation to boost development, increase openness and expand cooperation.
April 2, 2018
​Kim's train journey toward peace
Following Kim Jong-un's train trip to Beijing comes a diplomatic flurry; but all leaders involved would be wise to resist rushing into an unrealistic denuclearization deal.
March 30, 2018
Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia MBS in search of legitimacy
The Crown Prince will receive the backing of the U.S. and other nations but lasting legitimacy will stem from the goodwill of his own people. 
March 22, 2018
Putin the unstoppable
As Putin is reelected to his fourth term, the West's inaction in the face of Russian resurgence may only spur the power and confidence of "Putin 4.0."
March 19, 2018
​Xi's second term in office
Xi's legacy should be a peaceful rise, which is considered a real challenge for any rising nation. So far, he and his predecessor did really well to avoid the Thucydides trap.
March 16, 2018
The end of Rex Tillerson
With Tillerson gone and the new Secretary of State and the president sharing the same thoughts, one can smell problems ahead.
March 14, 2018
Major country diplomacy with Chinese characteristic
China is trying to break the myths linked with the traditional rise of a great power that it is often embroiled in controversies and conflicts.
March 6, 2018
​Economic development at the 'two sessions'
China's top legislative body and top political advisory body are convening their separate sessions with the same mission to promote national interest and expedite development to make the country more strong and prosperous.
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