PAKISTAN WHERE CONSPIRATORS BECOME LEADERS

By Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD. History Lessons for Pakistani Generals and Political Conspirators Pakistan is fast getting entrapped into internal intrigues, political chaos and failing systems of governance, public institutions, legal justice... Read more »

MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS IN NUCLEAR POWER NATIONS WORLDWIDE

[In today’s world, where nine countries— United States of America (US), China, Russia, France, the United Kingdom, Pakistan, India, Israel, and North Korea, and Iran potentially joining—are involved in the development of... Read more »

PALESTINE RECOGNITION STANCE: LABOR EXPELS FEMALE SENATOR OF AFGHAN DESCENT

[She is the first Muslim woman parliamentarian in Australia to wear a hijab. Known for her eloquence and natural political talent, she speaks fearlessly both inside and outside Parliament……. By Syed Atiq... Read more »

DEMOCRACY SHOULD MOVE BEYOND AGING POLITICIANS

US Presidential debate opens the Pandora box…….. by Syed Atiq ul Hassan  2024 is proving to be a pivotal year for elections worldwide, marking a notable shift in the political landscape of... Read more »

FROM LOCAL TO GLOBAL: Strengthening Pakistani Cricket through Professionalism, Competency, and Merit

[The decline of Pakistani cricket is a multifaceted issue that requires a holistic approach to address. By focusing on professionalism, competency, and merit, Pakistan can rebuild its cricketing infrastructure and restore its... Read more »

THE POWER OF THE GLOBAL HALAL INDUSTRY

[As the global demand for Halal products surges, the Muslim Ummah stands at a pivotal moment to harness this economic power. Drawing valuable lessons from China’s remarkable economic ascent, the global Muslim... Read more »

Modi’s Hindutva Agenda Faces Global Backlash After Election Setback

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia Post election results, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s influence and policies have come under intense scrutiny, both domestically and internationally. Despite the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP)... Read more »

PAKISTAN IN SEARCH OF NEW FUTURE

National Freedom Won by the People but Lost by the Neo-Colonial Generals and Elite By Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD. Evil is evil if not stopped, it becomes a habit then a tradition,... Read more »

CHAMPION OF INNOVATIVE CRICKET

[Tape-ball cricket is a great innovation by Pakistanis that has gained popularity in Australia. Pakistanis have not only produced legendary players in world cricket but have also innovated the fun and recognized... Read more »

WHY DO EGOMANIAC LEADERS WAGE WAR ON HUMANITY?

By Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD. Leaders who could not Think as Normal Human Beings Leaders who view humanity less than in equal human status are extremely naive about their own nature of... Read more »

AUSTRALIA LEANS TOWARDS TWO-STATE SOLUTION ON ISRAEL-PALESTINE CONFLICT

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia The recent statement by Penny Wong, the Australian Foreign Minister, at the National Security Conference organized by the Australian National University, may surprise many both... Read more »

CAN RELIGION BE SEPARATED FROM STATE’S AFFAIRS?

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia I penned this article in 2017, yet its relevance persists in elucidating the dynamics of recent elections in India. [Many states’ affairs related to the... Read more »

THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON POWER DYNAMICS AND GOVERNANCE

Social Media Unbound: Disrupting Governance and Empowering the Masses By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia The advent of the fifth generation of digital communication, alongside the powerful advanced social media tools... Read more »

AUSTRALIA’S HUMAN RIGHTS PARADOX: UNVEILING REALITIES BENEATH GLOBAL SCRUTINY

[According to the World Watch 2024 Report, the Human Rights Issues still exist in Australia. The World still have concerns on Human Rights Issues in Australia] By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney... Read more »

ECHOES OF SORROW: Commemorating Pakistan’s Black Days, Why only May 9

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia; 9 May 2024 Organized chronologically, not only May 9, but the Black Days of Pakistan’s history also unfold a narrative of political upheaval, democratic struggles,... Read more »

ECHOES OF SORROW: Commemorating Pakistan’s Black Days, why only May 9!

Was 9 May bigger than 16 December By Syed Atiq ul Hassan; 9 May 2024 Organized chronologically, not only May 9, but the Black Days of Pakistan’s history also unfold a narrative... Read more »

FROM GENESIS TO DISARRAY: Tracing the Fractured Dream of Jinnah’s Pakistan

Navigating Challenges to return Pakistan aligning to the vision of its founders By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia; 2 May 2024 [In contemporary Pakistan, key institutions such as the military, judiciary,... Read more »

DENMARK’S FIRST FEMALE PM JOINS AUW AS A PATRON

CHITTAGONG, BANGLADESH – Media OutReach Newswire, 2 May 2024: Helle Thorning-Schmidt, Denmark’s first female Prime Minister and a decade-long leader of the Social Democrat Party of her country, has joined the Asian... Read more »

Jiangxi’s Cultural and Tourism Promotion Shines in Malaysia, Inviting Tourists to Explore Picturesque Jiangxi

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA – Media OutReach Newswire – 30 April 2024 – On April 18th local time, the opening ceremony of the Southeast Asia Cultural and Tourism Promotion Season themed “Jiangxi’s Scenery... Read more »

Pakistan: Indicted Criminals Disguised as Leaders

By Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD. The Nation Besieged by Few Generals and Political Monsters Pakistan for over 76 years lost its essence of national freedom which was achieved by a people-oriented movement... Read more »

ANZAC Day – A National Memorial Day for Australians & New Zealanders

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, 25 April 2024 ANZAC Day, observed annually on April 25th, serves as a National Day of Remembrance in Australia and New Zealand, honouring the valiant members of... Read more »

STRUGGLES AND RESILIENCE: A JOURNEY TOWARDS DEMOCRACY IN MYANMAR

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia, 19 April 2024 In 1948, Burma, predominantly inhabited by the Burman ethnic groups, gained independence from British colonial rule. However, the journey toward democracy in... Read more »

NAVIGATING THE DIVIDE: VIOLENCE VS. TERRORISM IN RECENT TRAGIC INCIDENTS

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia [Further to my previous article on the subject published on 16 April on recent bloody incidents.] In the wake of recent tragic events, the distinction... Read more »

Statement from the New South Wales Faith Affairs Council and Faith Leaders

Sydney, Press Release from NSW Premier Office, Tuesday, 16 April 2024  Today we convened a meeting of faith leaders representing religious communities across Western Sydney. All of the following communities endorsed and... Read more »