Dr Sue Onslow examines the history of the Commonwealth and its committees and forums. Have made a difference in world politics in the past and does the organisation have a future?
The first of five Essays from writers around the Commonwealth which start on Commonwealth Day, 10th March, and scrutinise the destiny of this unique international body.
Dr Sue Onslow of the School of Advanced Studies, University of London looks at the history of the Commonwealth and its web of committees and forums. She asks whether they have made a difference in world politics in the past and whether the organisation has a future.
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- Mon 10 Mar 2014 22:45