A Pathan Odyssey
Oxford University Press, 2004 - 271 pages
This book describes its Khan's involvement in the formation of Pakistan. The author, a former ambassador to Afghanistan, Iran, and Iraq focuses on his experiences as part of the early diplomatic aristocracy. The book will captivate its readers with both its insider's history of the country and the many insights for current and future generations.
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