Articles of the Week – 12/15/12-1/4/13

Saturday December 15:

Illuminating the Global Suicide-Attack Network – Benjamin Acosta & Steven J. Childs, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: http://bit.ly/12fbKQj

Monday December 17: 

Curbing Violence in Nigeria (I)- The Jos Crisis – International Crisis Group: http://bit.ly/RAl13y

The Last Stand of Somalia’s Jihad – James Verini, Foreign Policy: http://atfp.co/U7Qppf

Tuesday December 18:

Security Challenges in Libya and the Sahel – Sarah Vogler, CNA: http://bit.ly/R55U0m

Thursday December 20:

All (Syrian) Politics Is Local – Hassan Hassan, Foreign Policy: http://atfp.co/V9ouoO

Friday December 21: 

No Lone Wolves In Cyberspace – Gabriel Weimann, Yale Global: http://bit.ly/UN8fen

Saturday December 22:

Australian jihadism at the end of 2012, part I: before 2012 – Andrew Zammit: http://bit.ly/UkdG7m

Early Perspectives on the Mali Crisis from a Jihadist Forum (I) – Kal, The Moor Next Door: http://bit.ly/Ulfey0

Wednesday December 26:

Anatomy of an Air Attack Gone Wrong – Letta Tayler, Foreign Policy: http://atfp.co/W1TvXU

Sowing the Wind/ Three years of strikes in Yemen – Gregory Johnsen, Waq al-Waq: http://bit.ly/UmQ3Kv

Thursday December 27:

After Al-Shabaab – Ioannis Gatsiounis, Currents Trends in Islamist Ideology: http://bit.ly/U4dcQS

Ansar al-Sharia and Governance in Southern Yemen – Robin Simcox, Currents Trends in Islamist Ideology: http://bit.ly/U4dqrh

The Jordanian Brotherhood in the Arab Spring – Jacob Amis, Currents Trends in Islamist Ideology: http://bit.ly/U4do2o

Egypt’s Looming Competitive Theocracy – Eric Trager, Currents Trends in Islamist Ideology: http://bit.ly/WlyLLc

Australian jihadism at the end of 2012, part II: key events in 2012 – Andrew Zammit: http://bit.ly/TqdUI6

Saturday December 29:

Sons of Beaches: How Alexandria’s Ideological Battles Shape Egypt – Amro Ali, Jadaliyya: http://bit.ly/YuTgGQ

Sunday December 30:

Of Threats and Bounties – Gregory Johnsen, Waq al-Waq: http://bit.ly/ZNEwZR

Monday December 31:

‘Abd al-Rauf al-Dhahab and Bad Intel – Gregory Johnsen, Waq al-Waq: http://bit.ly/130jUeL

Thursday January 3:

The Muslim World League in Europe: An Islamic Organization to serve the Saudi Strategic Interests? – Samir Amghar, Journal of Muslims in Europe: http://bit.ly/VkOAmE

Conversion to Islam in Ireland: A Post-Catholic Subjectivity? – Yafa Shanneik, Journal of Muslims in Europe: http://bit.ly/RuK2vR

Beyond the domestication of Islam in Europe: A reflection on past and future research on Islam in European societies – Thijl Sunier, Journal of Muslims in Europe: http://bit.ly/VkOQSF

Somalia, Its Neighbours And Al-Shabaab: The Quest For Sustainable Solutions – Seifulaziz Milas, African Arguments: http://bit.ly/VkOVWl

In Their Own Words? Methodological Considerations in the Analysis of Terrorist Autobiographies – Mary Beth Altier, John Horgan, and Christian Thoroughgood – Journal of Strategic Security: http://bit.ly/W6Y9nd

How Obama Decides Your Fate If He Thinks You’re a Terrorist -Dan Byman and Benjamin Wittes, The Atlantic: http://bit.ly/ZXLY4D

Did Awlaki Really Help the 9/11 Hijackers? – J.M. Berger, Foreign Policy: http://atfp.co/X4FBHm

Friday January 4: 

The Paradox of Islam’s Future – Raymond W. Baker, Political Science Quarterly: http://bit.ly/VzFq85