Articles of the Week – 11/6-11/12

Saturday November 6:

Identifying the enemy in the Sahel – Andrew Lebovich, al-Wasat:

Al-Qaeda´s Greetings to Dead Crusaders – Florian Flade, Jih@d Blog:

Monday November 8:

As long as Yemen is destitute, al Qa’eda will thrive – Brian O’Neill, The National:

Tuesday November 9:

The Awlaki-Gadahn Nexus and Al Qaeda’s War On Scholarship – J.M. Berger, IntelWire:

Throught a Glass Darkly – Gregory D. Johnsen, Waq al-Waq:

The Battle for Afghanistan: Militancy and Conflict in Kandahar – Anand Gopal, New American Foundation:

Al Qaeda Bombings, Drive-By Shootings, and Penalty Kicks? – Laura Kasinof, Foreign Policy:

Wednesday November 10:

Thoughts on the transcript of the interrogation of AQAP figure Ibrahim al-Banna – Leah Farrall, All Things Counter Terrorism:

Corrupting Counterterrorism – Paul R. Pillar, The National Interest:

Thursday November 11:

More Ruminations about Al Qaeda’s War on Scholarship – J.M. Berger, IntelWire:

Friday November 12:

Kazakhstan’s Jihadists Solicit Assistance From Ingush Insurgency Website – Liz Fuller, The Caucasus Report:

Drones and Yemen – Brian O’Neill, Always Judged Guilty:

Insurgents in Ingushetia Regroup as Local Jammats Become More Nationalist – Mairbek Vatchagaev, North Caucasus Analysis: