Dr Nasir Khan is a historian and political activist, holding a Doctor Philos degree from the University of Oslo. His first book Development of the Concept and Theory of Alienation in Marx’s Writings was published in 1995 and his second book Perceptions of Islam in the Christendoms: A Historical Survey was published in 2006. Over the last four decades, he has written numerous articles on international affairs and the issues of human rights.
He opposes war and violence and is a firm believer in the peaceful co-existence of all nations and peoples. In his academic work, he has tried to espouse the cause of the weak and the oppressed in a world dominated by power politics, misleading propaganda and violations of basic human rights. He also believes that all conscious members of society have a moral duty to stand for and further the cause of peace and human rights throughout the world.