The International Thought of Muhammad Ali Jinnah
In the second session of the Global Thinkers of the International Discussion Series, join Faisal Devji of the Faculty of History and St Antony’s College for a discussion of the international thought of Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
Jinnah was a lawyer, a politician, and the founder of modern Pakistan. Faced with the serious problems of a young country, he tackled Pakistan’s problems with authority. He was not regarded as merely the Governor-General, and is revered as the father of the nation. He worked hard until overpowered by age and disease in Karachi, the place of his birth, in 1948.
Supported by the Department of Politics and International Relations, the Centre for International Studies and St Cross College and organised with the support of the Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development of Somerville College, the Contemporary South Asia Studies Programme of the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies and the Asian Studies Centre of St Antony’s College.