Opinion: • Cartoons • Columnists • Editor's Pick • From the Blog • Submit Your Opinion
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.
February 2, 2020
After Brexit, what might lie in wait for the UK
Amid all the euphoria among the pro-Brexit elements in the U.K. over the divorce from the EU becoming final, the future is fraught with difficulties for the country and its people.
January 20, 2020
Australian bushfires should be a global concern
With Australia's massive bushfires impacting places as far as South America, the problem has become truly global and urgent measures are needed to tackle the long term fallout of this environmental disaster.
January 1, 2020
More casualties likely unless war in NW Syria can be stopped
Only Idlib in northwestern Syria remains a focus of fighting between government forces and Jihadist rebels, and there are fears of a rising death toll unless an international peace effort can stop the bloodshed.
December 18, 2019
Election landslide empowers Boris Johnson to tackle bumps ahead
Boris Johnson took a gamble in calling an early election, but it paid off handsomely, and he can now proceed with the Brexit divorce from the EU, although there are many bumps in the road ahead.
December 5, 2019
What is the future of NATO?
The world's largest military alliance looks increasingly fractured and ill-equipped amidst a shifting global order.
December 5, 2019
Terrorists still able to get under the wire and cause harm
The latest terrorist incident in London shows we need to adapt to the changing tactics of the perpetrators in innovative ways to try and end this deadly menace.
November 19, 2019
Sri Lanka's new president faces daunting task of mending nation
Former defense chief wins the presidential vote, but analysts are split on how he will handle the daunting task of mending the rifts in society following the deadly Easter Sunday bombings.
November 13, 2019
Spain lurches to the right as xenophobia makes gains
​The latest Spanish election shows people are falling for xenophobic propaganda. However, such politics will not solve any problems, but will stifle political environment and create more fear.
October 31, 2019
Islamic State after Baghdadi's death
The death of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is an important step, but it does not mean total elimination of terrorism across the Middle East and beyond.
October 22, 2019
Turkish-Kurdish-Syrian border conflict far from over
Though Turkey seems to have emerged the winner in Syria after the U.S. withdrew its troops, the Kurds are far from defeated and future problems and challenges could come back to haunt both sides.
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  

Send your storiesGet more from China.org.cnMobileRssNewsletter