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Fakir Aijazuddin

Historian Fakir Aijazuddin considers Pakistan's chequered relationship with the Commonwealth. He reflects on his own dealings with what he describes as a 'gentleman's club'.

A series of five essays from writers around the Commonwealth which start on Commonwealth Day, 10th March, and tackle the past, present and future of this unique international organisation.

Fakir Aijazuddin, author and historian from Lahore, comments on Pakistan's chequered relationship with the Commonwealth. He reflects on his own dealings with what he describes as a typically British invention, the 'gentleman's club'.

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