Imran Khalid

Imran Khalid is a reelance columnist on international affairs and I have been regularly contributing articles on international l affairs to some of the prestigious publications including the South China Morning Post, the Korea Times, the Jakarta Post, the New Straits Times (Malaysia), the Daily Sabah (Turkiye),the New Age (Bangladesh),the Oman Observer, the Guardian (Nigeria), the Ceylon Today (Sri Lanka) , the Geopolitical Monitor, the Manila Times, the AJU Business Daily and Mail & Guardian (South Africa) etc. He is based in Karachi, Pakistan.
21 Articles

Beijing’s Diplomatic Triumph: Palestinian Factions Sign Declaration

In an unprecedented act of unity, 14 Palestinian factions, including Fatah and Hamas, signed the Beijing Declaration on…

Trump’s recent shooting will fuels political extremism

President Biden's initial response to the attack on Donald Trump, calling it “sick” and reaching out to his…

China’s Mixed Economic Signals in First Half of 2024

Amidst a turbulent internal and external landscape, the Chinese economy has managed to produce a noteworthy "midterm paper,”…

Hope and caution: The implications of Pezeshkian’s win for Iran’s future

Masoud Pezeshkian, known as a moderate conservative with reformist tendencies, has certainly surprised everyone by defeating his hard-line…

The rise of Labour: Challenges and opportunities for Keir Starmer

In a defining shift for British politics, the center-left Labour Party has clinched a resounding victory, marking its dramatic comeback after a devastating defeat just five years…

American presidential race has exposed system’s weaknesses

Joe Biden emerged from his clash with Donald Trump bruised and battered. Age, the relentless adversary, has certainly taken its…

Cross-border tensions lead to Belgium’s border closure with France

Brussels (Brussels Morning) - Wervik and Comines-Warneton have closed their borders with France. They fear cross-border taunting, hooting…

The Left’s desperation to reclaim a role in French politics

Belgium (Brussels Morning) - France's left-wing parties have united to form a coalition, Nouveau Front Populaire, to counter…

What to expect from high-Stakes debate between Biden and Trump debate

Washington (Brussels Morning) - The first presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump is crucial, with both…

Trade tensions against China creating rifts in Europe 

Belgium (Brussels Morning) - The EU's imposition of additional tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles (EVs) has sparked opposition…

France’s electoral whirlwind: Macron’s risk

Belgium (Brussels Morning Newspaper) - President Emmanuel Macron has dissolved the French National Assembly, initiating new elections amid…

Modi’s electoral win and India’s unresolved economic challenges

New Delhi (Brussels Morning) - Narendra Modi's National Democratic Alliance (NDA) has won the national elections, but with…

Veeps in the spotlight: The evolving role of the US vice presidency

Washington DC (Brussels Morning) - The role of the Vice President has undergone a significant transformation in recent…

US tariffs aimed at China may end up hitting Europe

Washington (Brussels Morning) - The imposition of tariffs by the White House on Chinese imports, particularly in strategic…

Is the Red Sea heating up again?

Sana'a (Brussels Morning) - The Red Sea is on the brink of becoming a hotspot once again as…