Erfan Fard (Erfan Qaneei Fard) is an American - Iranian counter-terrorism analyst and Middle East Studies researcher based in United State.
Erfan Fard is a Middle East researcher at the Counter-Terrorism Center and also works at an educational institution. Fard was a First Author who wrote the official Biography of Jalal Talabani with the authorization of Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in Iraqi Presidency Office in Iraq.
Then, Fard wrote an exclusive interview with Parviz Sabeti, a high ranking authority of SAVAK, and was awarded the Academic Research by president Barham Salih and president Muhammad Fuad Masum of Iraq.
Fard spent approximately 15 years researching in the Middle East regarding Transnational Terrorist Network and the destructive role of the Iranian regime's terrorist proxies supported by IRGC.
Fard has translated several works, including The Time of The Assassins by Henry Valentine Miller, Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller, The Kurdish Politics in Middle East by Nader Entessar, The Field of Fight by Michael Arthur Ledeen and Michael Thomas Flynn, and Democracy by Condoleezza Rice. Additionally, he is the author of In The Net of Events, The Storm of Events, The GRUESOME MULLAH (Iran's Transnational Terrorist Network).
Fard has had conversations and interviews with various political and security figures, such as Issa Pejman, Fuad Masum, Nouri Maliki, Barham Ahmed Salih, as well as individuals from other fields like Kenneth Pollack, Noam Chomsky, James Baker, Robert Armao, and Condoleezza Rice.
Erfan Fard is frequently interviewed in Persian and Arabic media on topics related to the Kurds, the Middle East, and terrorism in the Islamic Republic.