B. J. Sadiq, a British Pakistani, was born in 1983 and read economics at Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge. He has also received a degree from Government College University, Lahore. Soon after Cambridge, Sadiq apprenticed at the House of Lords before working as a financial journalist in London. Sadiq has worked as a consultant for the World Bank Group, the International Finance Corporation, and the United Nations, and has also been an important contributor to a number of leading Pakistani and international English publications, including 'The American Interest' - one of Washington's leading magazines on current affairs. He is a regular columnist and a well known political commentator with a voracious appetite for fiction, South Asian politics, Mughal history and cricket. His first book, a political biography of Imran Khan is believed to be one of the most important books to have come out of the Indian Subcontinent in 2017, and has won critical acclaim in the UK. Sadiq is married and divides his time between Pakistan and England.
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