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Mr. Humayun Akhtar Khan

Head

Commonwealth Foundation

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Commonwealth Foundation

Background Information

Employment History

Owner

Clippers

First Media Analyst In Pakistan

IAL Saatchi & Saatchi

Affiliations

Board Member
AHK Resource Center

Board of Trustees Member
Noon

Board Of Governors Member
The Old Cottonians Association

Fellow
Canadian Institute of Actuaries

Fellow
Society of Actuaries

Member
National Assembly

Education

Bachelor's degree

business mathematics

University of Waterloo , Ontario , Canada

Doctorate

University of Southern California , Los Angeles

MA

Cambridge University

another MA

University of Southern California , Los Angeles

honors degree

Cambridge University

master

Actuarial & Business Mathematics

University of Manitoba , Canada

Web References (152 Total References)


Board of Directors ::.. AHK Resource Center ..::

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Humayun Khan

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Dr. Humayun Khan is the Chairman of NRSP-Institute of Rural Management. He was educated at the prestigious Bishop Cotton School in Simla, India, and later at Edwardes College Peshawar and at Trinity College, Cambridge. He holds an honors degree, and a MA from Cambridge University. He was called to the Bar from Lincoln's Inn, London in 1954. Later, he earned another MA and a Doctorate from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. He joined the then Civil Service of Pakistan (CSP) in 1955 and was Home Secretary, NWFP in the NAP-JUI Government in 1972-73, after which he moved to the Pakistan Foreign Service. He served in the country's missions in Moscow and the UNO at Geneva, before he was appointed Ambassador to Bangladesh in 1979. In 1984 he became Ambassador to India. He returned as Foreign Secretary of Pakistan in 1988, and held the post till 1989. He retired from government service in 1992 but was immediately selected as Head of the Commonwealth Foundation. He has since served on the National Finance Commission, and on the Board of the National Rural Support Program. He also works with the Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy, and on a number of committees dealing with relations between the countries of South Asia. He has written extensively on Indo-Pak relations and is co-author of Diplomatic Divide, published in India.


Dr. Humayun Khan Former Foreign ...

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Dr. Humayun Khan Former Foreign Secretary of Pakistan; Former Head of the Commonwealth Foundation


Dr. Humayun ...

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Dr. Humayun Khan

Former Foreign Secretary of Pakistan Dr. Humayun Khan is from the Mardan District of Pakistan. Dr. Khan began a long line of impressive academic achievements by first attending Edwards College Peshawar and Trinity College, Cambridge. He later earned an honors degree and MA from Cambridge University and another MA and Doctorate from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
In the early 70's Dr. Khan began serving in the Pakistan Foreign Service. He served in the country's missions in Moscow and the UNO at Geneva before he was appointed Ambassador to Bangladesh in 1979. From 1984 to 1988 he served as Pakistan's ambassador to New Delhi and later went on to become the Foreign Secretary of Pakistan, a position he would hold until 1989. From 1990 to 1992 Dr. Khan served as the Pakistan High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.
Upon retirement in 1992, Dr. Khan was selected to head the Commonwealth Foundation, an inter-governmental international organization. He would hold this position until 2000. Dr. Khan has continued to remain active in the arena of public service. He works with the Pakistan Centre for Philosophy and on numerous other committees dealing with relations between the countries of South Asia. Dr. Khan's educational achievements and extensive foreign service experience have allowed him to make significant academic contributions in the realm of Indo-Pak relations.


Dr Humayun Khan is indubitably ...

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Dr Humayun Khan is indubitably one of best diplomats produced by Pakistan.

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He reached the highest position in Pakistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs: foreign secretary. Hailing from Amazo Ghari, Mardan, he did his master's from Cambridge University in the United Kingdom and PhD from University of Southern California in the United States.
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Dr Humayun Khan is indubitably one of best diplomats produced by Pakistan. He reached the highest position in Pakistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs: foreign secretary. Hailing from Amazo Ghari, Mardan, he did his master's from Cambridge University in the United Kingdom and PhD from University of Southern California in the United States.
Dr Humayun Khan started his career as a civil servant and worked as political agent of Waziristan and Malakand, deputy commissioner of Bannu and Swat, and assistant commissioner of Tank and Nowshera. In 1973, when he was home secretary of the NWFP, Dr Humayun Khan left civil service and joined the Foreign Service of Pakistan. During his ensuing 18-year stint, he worked as ambassador of Pakistan to India, Bangladesh and the UK. He became Pakistan's foreign secretary in 1988.
Dr Humayun Khan also worked as head of the Commonwealth Foundation, London. The importance of his diplomatic assignments can be judged from the fact that he was given the most difficult tasks, particularly regarding relations between Pakistan and India. He has co-authored a book on Indo-Pakistan relations, titled Diplomatic Divide. In 2007, he joined the Awami National Party (ANP).
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Humayun Khan: I was probably referring to the 1980s when Pakistan was home to Afghan mujahideen, and the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) was the conduit for funds, arms and other support from the West to them.


AEG International Inc

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Mr. Asher Gulab watches on as The Honorable Humayun Akhtar Khan, Minister of Commerce of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, discusses investment opportunities in Pakistan.

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