Irfan Yar

The author is a counterterrorism and foreign affairs analyst, and currently a researcher at the Macdonald-Laurier Institute (Ottawa). He previously worked at the Observer Research Foundation and Carnegie India. His publications appear in The Diplomat, The Epoch Times, The Hill Times, Toronto Sun, Inside Policy, and elsewhere.

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