India’s foreign spy agency drawn out of the shadows by Canadian allegations

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"The key point is that [India's intelligence service the Research and Analysis Wing] had been unwilling to take its operations into the west" said Walter Ladwig, an expert on South Asian security at the Royal United Services Institute think-tank in London. That calculus might now have changed... "It's hard to reconcile the fact that Trudeau made these allegations in public - so Canada must have strong evidence to back them up - with the huge cost that India could face if it conducted such an assassination," said Ladwig.