Bilal Rahmani

Bilal Rahmani is a chief editor at Foreign Brief, a geopolitical risk reporting and analysis publication. He holds a master’s degree in law and diplomacy from the Fletcher School at Tufts University where he extensively researched the US war in Afghanistan . Previously, Bilal has worked independently throughout mainland China as a teacher and as a domestic political communications fellow with Murmuration.
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China’s Policy of Illusory Security Is Destined to Fail in Afghanistan

Under the leadership of President Xi Jinping, China has been transformed into a paranoid state fanatically motivated by ensuring security at any and all cost. This obsession stems from the desire to maintain the physical security of the Chinese mainland, to safeguard Beijing’s investments abroad and to protect the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leadership from criticism, both external and... Continue Reading

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Afghanistan: A Final Nail in the Coffin of American Foreign Policy

When the United States began Operation Enduring Freedom, leading its forces into Afghanistan to empower local resistance to oust the Taliban, Afghans around the world cheered in sheer jubilance. The unipolar hero that is the United States of America had come to save the day and defeat the wicked Taliban, presided over by the one-eyed tyrant Mullah Mohammad Omar. But now, after 20 years of... Continue Reading

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