Abdul Rahman Malik

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Abdul Rahman Malik is a freelance columnist having interests in policy research, governance, education and development.

Who will win US Presidential elections 2020?

As the race for US Presidential elections 2020 enters a very important phase as November 3rd, the polls day draws nearer, President Donald Trump's...

Human organ trade: Why do people do that?

Human organ trade has become a lucrative business in the black market as some medical professionals, Nurses and middlemen are involved in this malpractice...

Vision & challenges in achieving a digital Pakistan

Pakistan is among such fortunate countries where the youth population is 60% of the total population. This percentage of regular users of digital services...

Reforming college education: Pakistan needs to up its game

College education has been the most neglected segment in Pakistan especially in Sindh where colleges are not provided with the development funds, modern methods...

Punjab, Sindh continue to evade police reform

Abdul Rahman Malik |The police remain one department that is oft-criticised by almost every segment of our society. A lot is desired of the...

Repercussions of US withdrawal from Afghanistan

Abdul Rahman Malik |"The Afghan soil has been very difficult for the invaders whoever tried to occupy it or tried to impose their hegemonic...

US-Pakistan relations: Will there be a shift?

Abdul Rahman Malik |With the changing geo-strategic situation Donald Trump, even after this twitter blitz, has finally turned towards Pakistan to get rid of...

Trump’s letter to PM Khan: A long-overdue realization

Abdul Rahman Malik |After a poisonous and outrageous tirade against Pakistan, Finally, US President Donald Trump has realized that the Peace in Afghanistan is...

The conspiracies and PTI-led government

Abdul Rahman Malik |Ever since the PTI emerged victorious in the landmark General Elections of 2018, formed the government in Center, Punjab, KPK and...

Reshaping foreign policy of Pakistan

Abdul Rahman Malik |Pakistan's Foreign Policy has always remained the Arab Centric with Saudi Arab having Central role and Even its alignment towards the...

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