Jihadology presents Think Tank/NGO/Policy/Gov Reports and Articles of 2010, Part II

NOTE: Previous posts in end of the years series:

Tomorrow I will post part III of this list. Below is a list of Think Tank/NGO/Policy/Gov reports and articles that I have either read or am interested in reading that were published in the past year. If you have any other suggestions to the below reports and articles that deal with global jihadism or Islamic studies, please feel free to let me know in the comments section.

Colonel John M. ”Matt” Venhaus — Why Youth Join al-Qaeda

Daniel Kimmage — Al-Qaeda Central and the Internet

Deradicalization- A Review of the Literature with Comparison to   Findings in the Literatures on Deganging and Deprogramming

Deterred but Determined Salafi-Jihadi Groups in the Palestinian Arena

Engaging Religious Communities Abroad- A New Imperative for U.S. Foreign Policy

Frank J. Cilluffo, Jeffrey B. Cozzens, and Magnus Ranstorp — Foreign Fighters-Trends, Trajectories & Conflict Zones

From the Ferghana Valley to South Waziristan- The Evolving Threat of Central Asian Jihadists

Gilles Kepel — French Lessons in Londonistan

Hassan Abbas — Militancy in Pakistan’s Borderlands- Implications for the Nation and for Afghan Policy

Indonesia- Jihadi Surprise in Aceh

Indonesia- The Dark Side of Jama’ ah Ansharut Tauhid (JAT)

James Igoe Wals — Media Attention to Terrorist Attacks- Causes and Consequences

Jean-Pierre Filiu — Could Al-Qaeda Turn African in the Sahel?

John Ty Grubb — Constructing the Revolution- The Social Psychological Development of Radical Spiritual Leaders

Kirk H. Sowell — Promoting Jihad Against China- The Turkistani Islamic Party in Arabic Jihadist Media

Lauren Ploch — Countering Terrorism in East Africa- The U.S. Response