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Tallha Abdulrazaq
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Tallha Abdulrazaq is a researcher at the University of Exeter's Strategy and Security Institute and winner of the 2015 Al Jazeera Young Researcher Award. His research focuses on Middle Eastern security and counter-terrorism issues. Follow him on Twitter: @thewarjournal

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A new era of uncertainty for Turkey

18 April, 2017

Comment: There are many fundamental similarities between Ataturk's rule, and the system of governance soon to be in place under Erdogan, writes Tallha Abdulrazaq.

London Attack: It's time to stop sexing up terror

25 March, 2017

Comment: Talk of the Westminster attacker being radicalised misses the point that he was simply a deranged criminal, and should be treated as such by the media, writes Tallha Abdulrazaq.

Remembering Iraq's 14 years of terror, not freedom

20 March, 2017

Comment: Iraqis were promised democracy, freedom and human rights by the US and its allies, instead they got a decade and a half of death and destruction, writes Tallha Abdulrazaq.

How the hijab unveiled Europe's discrimination against Muslims

17 March, 2017

Comment: The European Court of Justice's ruling that companies can tell women not to wear the hijab shows European powers have much in common with Trump, writes Tallha Abdulrazaq.

Invading Kuwait cost Iraq its future

28 February, 2017

Summary: Following the liberation of Kuwait from Iraqi occupation, Western sanctions decimated Iraq's society, depriving its once affluent people of any chance of normality, writes Tallha Abdulrazaq.

'Real ISIS housewives': Now isn't the time for joking

09 January, 2017

Comment: This BBC series parodies harmful stereotypes of Muslims, and attempts to gain cheap viewing ratings at the expense of a persecuted community, writes Tallha Abdulrazaq.

Syria ceasefire could go up in smoke

30 December, 2016

Comment: The main stumbling block behind this ceasefire is that the main brokers, Russia and Turkey, have different definitions of who the "terrorists" are, writes Tallha Abdulrazaq.

Fatwas and farces: Iran's military toehold in Iraq

02 December, 2016

Comment: The rise of the Tehran-backed Popular Mobilisation Forces risks further entrenching violent sectarianism in Iraq, writes Tallha Abdulrazaq

Atrocities from Iraq to Syria will herald IS 2.0

24 October, 2016

Comment: As atrocities and war crimes committed against civilians in the name of fighting terrorism continue, international inaction risks a new generation of further radicalised extremists, writes Tallha Abdulrazaq.

Battle for Mosul will be bloody, leaving unfinished business

15 October, 2016

Comment: With clear sectarian statements being issued by senior Shia political and military leaders, Mosul is destined for a future of blood, untold suffering and utter destruction, writes Tallha Abdulrazaq

How Iran used 'terror' as a tool for diplomacy

05 October, 2016

Comment: Kerry's revelation that Hizballah is not plotting against America has confirmed what many already knew: Iran used fear to force the US to the table, writes Tallha Abdulrazaq.

The War on Terror: Did the US defeat al-Qaeda?

19 September, 2016

Comment: Despite trillions of dollars spent, millions of lives lost or damaged and 15 years of strife, the US War on Terror has not achieved its objective, writes Tallha Abdulrazaq

Tallha Abdulrazaq
Tallha Abdulrazaq

Tallha Abdulrazaq is a researcher at the University of Exeter's Strategy and Security Institute and winner of the 2015 Al Jazeera Young Researcher Award. His research focuses on Middle Eastern security and counter-terrorism issues. Follow him on Twitter: @thewarjournal

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