Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017
Michael Bonner is an historian of Iran, a communications consultant, and a former senior policy advisor to a Cabinet minister.
Canadian policy-makers have to ask themselves whether or not they can get away with supporting a minoritarian separatist movement to defeat terrorists overseas—and whether they can stomach standing by a supposed NATO ally who enabled the rise of ISIS.
It is only natural that a country with such advantages would seek to project power and influence throughout its regional context and outflank its rivals, writes Michael Bonner.
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