Articles of the Week – 5/7-5/13

Saturday May 7:

New Osama bin Laden Videos: More Questions Than Answers – J.M. Berger, IntelWire: http://bit.ly/khkO5l

The Forgotten History of the U.S. and Bin Ladin – Paul Pillar, The National Interest: http://bit.ly/k3j2In

Monday May 9:

Towards Global Jihadism: Al-Qaeda’s Strategic, Ideological and Structural Adaptations since 9/11 – Bill Braniff and Assaf Moghadam, Perspectives on Terrorism: http://bit.ly/lzW0Si

Bin Laden’s Death: Why the Arab World Shrugs – Max Rodenbeck, New York Review of Books: http://bit.ly/kn9jXf

Bin Laden Was Dead Already – Gilles Kepel, New York Times: http://nyti.ms/m19O4t

Tuesday May 10:

The coming struggle within al-Qaeda – Noman Benotman and James Brandon, Quilliam Foundation: http://bit.ly/jVkwhV

Wednesday May 11:

Al Qaeda Without Bin Laden: How Terrorists Cope With Their Leaders Death – Brynjar Lia, Foreign Affairs: http://fam.ag/khGIux

Checkbook Jihad: The raid that killed Osama bin Laden may finally shed light on the financial network behind al Qaeda – Matthew Levitt, Foreign Policy: http://bit.ly/jBZMJY

Thursday May 12:

New Special CTC Sentinel issue on the death of Bin Laden: http://bit.ly/iq0bNW

Zawahiri’s Big Challenge: Can Bin Laden’s longtime No. 2 hold al-Qaida together? – Daniel Byman, Slate: http://slate.me/lxwacK