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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.
October 8, 2019
Afghan elections ignite hope for good future
Despite isolated violence, the presidential election in Afghanistan has been held, providing hope that four decades of war can finally be brought to an end.
September 13, 2019
Whether he jumped or was pushed, John Bolton fortunately is gone
Whether he was sacked or resigned, the departure of John Bolton as U.S. National Security Advisor brings a sense of relief that American foreign policy may become less aggressive.
September 11, 2019
The endless endgame in Afghanistan dashes hopes of peace
A gleam of hope that the four-decade-long violence in Afghanistan can end has wilted, as there is still much to do to achieve real peace.
August 27, 2019
Trump's botched grab for Greenland
Donald Trump's bid to acquire Greenland from Denmark has led the two countries into diplomatic rough waters. Why have he and his predecessors looked to Greenland?
August 20, 2019
America struggles to stop a rash of mass shootings
More mass shootings in America have led to fresh demands for gun controls. However, that won't work without tackling the whole psychology of violence in society.
August 16, 2019
Epstein's mystery death in jail doesn't end the scandal he created
Billionaire Jeffery Epstein died in his prison cell before he could be tried for alleged sex crimes, but his case remains very much alive as Americans seek other guilty parties in high places.
August 8, 2019
End of INF and fear of a new arms race
American withdrawal from a key treaty banning certain nuclear missiles poses a fresh danger to world security, so a new framework is urgently needed.
August 5, 2019
Civilians pay a heavy price of Afghan war
Despite ongoing peace talks between the various warring parties in Afghanistan, the civilian death toll continues to rise, with supposedly "friendly" forces inflicting the most damage.
July 24, 2019
Time to sit back and disentangle Iran tension
​Tensions have escalated in the Gulf region building on disputes between Iran and the United States. Now is the time for various parties to take serious efforts to go back to the negotiation table.
July 11, 2019
Intra-Afghan peace dialogue is a hopeful sign of progress
Do high-profile talks about peace in Afghanistan mean America's longest war may be drawing to a close?
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