The Expansion of the Commonwealth and the Criteria for Membership

@article{McIntyre12008TheEO,
  title={The Expansion of the Commonwealth and the Criteria for Membership},
  author={W. David McIntyre 1},
  journal={The Round Table},
  year={2008},
  volume={97},
  pages={273 - 285}
}
Abstract Have they opened the floodgates? This question was being asked after the Kampala CHOGM agreed to receive applications for membership of the Commonwealth from countries that had never been British colonies. After more than a decade of uncertainty about this issue — ever since Mozambique joined in 1995 as an exceptional case — Heads of Government at Kampala approved the Report of the Committee on Commonwealth Membership finally agreeing to entertain further such applications and… 
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