Articles of the Week – 11/27-12/3

Saturday November 27:

Concerning Bomb Makers – Mr. Orange’s War Tracker: http://bit.ly/gYr4Mf

Sunday November 28:

Dehumanize or Understand Your Enemy? Choose One – Mark Stout, On War and Words: http://bit.ly/e4NPVu

Misinterpreting the “Insurgency” in Tajikistan – Christian Bleuer, Ghosts of Alexander: http://bit.ly/fKbQhh

Monday November 29:

AQAP v Huthi: This time, its personal – Brian O’Neill, Always Judged Guilty: http://bit.ly/fR8I47

Yemeni Intellectual Saeed al-Jamhi Ideologically Attacks al-Qaida – Youssef Aboul-Enein & D Corley, Small Wars Journal: http://bit.ly/dF1h3C

Tuesday November 30:

Promoting Jihad Against China: The Turkistani Islamic Party in Arabic Jihadist Media – Kirk H. Sowell: http://bit.ly/gkcYee

The al-Awlaki Debate Continues – Gregory D. Johnsen, Waq al-Waq: http://bit.ly/e0pc84

Wikileaks Questions – Gregory D. Johnsen, Waq al-Waq: http://bit.ly/iicvzU

Majahden vs. Shmukh Country statistics for November 2010 – Aaron Weisburd, The Internet Haganah: http://bit.ly/hxeM89

Wednesday December 1:

Al-Qaeda’s relations with the Taliban: An unhappy marriage? – Noman Benotman and James Brandon, Quilliam Foundation: http://bit.ly/g7zIeS

Thursday December 2:

Trial of Would-Be Assassin Illustrates al-Awlaki’s Influence on the British Jihad – Raff Pantucci, Terrorism Monitor: http://bit.ly/dLtTVI

The Salafist Challenge to al-Qaeda’s Jihad – Michael W. S. Ryan, Terrorism Monitor: http://bit.ly/eCrvct

Friday December 3:

Bin Laden’s Lonely Crusade – Peter Bergen, Vanity Fair: http://bit.ly/hdp0Lc

New CTC Sentinel is released: http://bit.ly/ihV5qz