Hagai M. Segal

Hagai M. Segal

Hagai M. Segal is a leading authority on geopolitics, counterterrorism and the Middle East. He lectures at New York University London, served for a decade on the London First Security and Resilience Advisory Board, and advises and consults with numerous public and private-sector organisations and corporations across Europe, Asia and Australasia.

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Opinion | US leaving Afghanistan clears a lucrative but risky path for China and others

The ‘new’ Taliban wants to avoid a return to isolationism, so its dealings will be tempered by pragmatism. Qatar and Turkey have moved quickly to take advantage of the US absence, and China stands to benefit handsomely in economic and geopolitical influence.

The ‘new’ Taliban wants to avoid a return to isolationism, so its dealings will be tempered by pragmatism. Qatar and Turkey have moved quickly to take advantage of the US absence, and China stands to benefit handsomely in economic and geopolitical influence.

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