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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 August 14
Seventy years of unalloyed hatred
India and Pakistan are celebrating the 70th anniversary of their independence from British rule. Their hatred of each other is just as long.
2017 August 12
Engaging North Korea for peace
With North Korea’s leader plunging headlong into confrontation and warlike rhetoric, it’s vital for the international community to unite in promoting a peaceful solution.
2017 August 10
Trump's Russia plans falling apart
Fresh American sanctions against Russia reduce their chances of cooperating on key international problems, while further undermining Donald Trump's presidency.
2017 July 31
Pakistan: back from the brink
Having been dismissed as Pakistan’s prime minister by the Supreme Court, Nawaz Sharif has gone quietly, in the process helping to strengthen democratic rule of law.
2017 July 29
Seeking an end to Afghan war
The U.S. is reviewing its military strategy in Afghanistan with prospects of increased troop levels. However, unless it is careful it could be a second Vietnam.
2017 July 24
Sifting through the US counter-terrorism report
The annual American report on counter-terrorism activities provides some encouragement. However, some of its judgements seem rather subjective.
2017 July 20
US calibrated provocation to China
In the long tradition of "watch my actions, not my words," Donald Trump is again proving that any lowering of his anti-China rhetoric is only skin deep.
2017 July 13
What does Mosul victory mean?
While the fall of Mosul seems to have ended the power of Islamic state, Iraq still faces numerous challenges in national reconstruction.
2017 July 11
Hamburg outrage sends clear message
The latest G20 meeting in Hamburg showed clearly the need for the world’s elite to listen to the voice of the masses – or face disaster.
2017 July 6
Modi's red carpet reception in Israel
The trilateral Indo-Israeli-American nexus and its implications for the region should not be ignored.
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