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- Arif Jamal Journalist based in Pakistan; also Visiting Fellow, Center on International Cooperation, New York University; and author of "Shadow War: The Untold Story of Jihad in Kashmir" (Melville House)
Arif Jamal is currently a fellow at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard University.
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