The Asia Watch is a full-fledged online magazine which is designed to provide timely and in-depth analyses on news of Asia from the Far East to the Middle East. The importance of Asia for all and sundry can be gauged from this point that the twenty-first century has been regarded as the century of Asia. The magazine publishes opinion articles, blogs, short news and interviews, and the scope of publications would be increased in future. The Asia watch will be available in print copy very soon.
Ayaz Ahmed is the editor of The Asia watch. He worked as a research assistant at the Pakistan Institute of International Affairs (PIIA).He contributes opinions to the news international, Pakistan observer, Frontier post, Jahangir world’s times, Baluchistan Voices and detailed research articles to Defence Journal. Mr. Ahmed is also working as an editor editing detailed research articles.
Dr Faisal Javed and Ms Syeda Sidra are associated to The Asia Watch as assistant editors.
Write for us
Guidelines for writers:
The Asia Watch warmly welcomes article submissions. If you have an article you think would be well suited for publication at The Asia Watch, please attach a word file and send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please submit completed articles for consideration using the below email: email@example.com
- Please note that submissions for our opinion articles generally start at around 500 words. The articles having less than 500 words and exceeding 3000 words will not be considered for publication. The lengthy articles will be published in parts.
- The article should include the full name and designation of the writer.
- Preference will be given to original reporting and analysis. Please note that we only cover the East Asia, South Asia, central Asia and the Middle East.
- If we feel able to accept your piece, we will contact you as soon as possible.
- If you do not receive a response in 3 days, you may consider your article rejected.
- Please submit your article just once. Do not submit it to multiple editors.
Submissions that strictly adhere to the guidelines, however, will likely be given more consideration and have a greater chance of getting published. Submissions that do not follow these guidelines may not be considered.
The Asia Watch seeks fact-based analysis and opinion outside the confines of partisan politics and the framework offered by the mainstream media. Please conduct a fact-check of your work carefully. Particularly if your article is about something controversial, it’s best to provide sources to support your assertions.
Please notify the editor if your work has been published previously and, if so, whether you would require attribution to the original publication. If you are submitting an exclusive to The Asia Watch, please be sure to mention that this is the case so that can be taken into consideration.
Articles inciting violence, encouraging or defending violations of national and international law, which are prejudicial towards individuals’ rights, etc., will be rejected.
Bio and description
Please include a short bio with your submission to let readers know a little bit about you; just something brief to let people know who you are. If you would like links to your website or social media (e.g., Facebook page, Twitter profile) to be featured with your bio, send them along.
Regular contributors may also be added to the featured writer page. If you contribute regularly and would like to be included, don’t hesitate to send an e-mail to the editor with the request. (Note: The Asia Watch does not publish articles by anonymous writers)
Please submit your article attached to your email in word format (.doc or .docx). If you provide sources for information in your scholarly article (which is highly encouraged), you may use embedded links or use the automatic footnotes/endnotes feature in word.
Submitted articles should be in final draft form. Please take care to proofread your own work before submitting it. Articles are carefully reviewed before publication, but submissions that at a glance would clearly require extensive proofing and revision will be rejected.
If the editor decides that your article requires any kind of significant revision before publication, you will be notified and given the opportunity to revise your draft and/or approve of any proposed changes. Any proposed revisions are intended only to improve the accuracy and quality of each article. minor editorial revisions that don’t go to substance may be made without notification, and your title may also be revised (if you don’t want your title to be revised, please make sure that any reader scanning the headline will know what your article is about).
Articles published at The Asia Watch may not be republished without express permission from The Asia Watch and/or the copyright owner. if you would like to republish an article from the magazine, please contact the editor.