Jihadology presents Academic Journal Articles of 2013, Part I

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Abdulmalik Mohammad Abdullah Eissa — Islamist political movements in Yemen

Ahmet Yükleyen and Aziz Abba — Religious Authorization of the Justice and Spirituality Movement in Morocco

Alessandro Orsini — A Day Among the Diehard Terrorists: The Psychological Costs of Doing Ethnographic Research

Andrew Zammit — Explaining a Turning Point in Australian Jihadism

Anja Dalgaard-Nielsen — Promoting Exit from Violent Extremism: Themes and Approaches

Anne Stenersen — ‘Bomb-Making for Beginners’: Inside al Al-Qaeda E-Learning Course

Anne Wolf — An Islamist ‘renaissance’? Religion & politics in post-revolutionary Tunisia

Arjun Chowdhury and Scott Fitzsimmons — Effective but inefficient: understanding the costs of counterterrorism

Assaf Moghadam — How Al Qaeda Innovates 

Audrey Kurth Cronin — The ‘War on Terrorism’: What Does it Mean to Win?

Benjamin Acosta and Steven J. Childs — Illuminating the Global Suicide-Attack Network

Benjamin S. Eveslage — Clarifying Boko Haram’s Transnational Intentions, Using Content Analysis of Public Statements in 2012

Benjamin W. Bahney, Radha K. Iyengar, Patrick B. Johnston, Danielle F. Jung, Jacob N. Shapiro, and Howard J. Shatz — Insurgent Compensation: Evidence from Iraq

Beverley Milton-Edwards — Islamist Versus Islamist: Rising Challenge in Gaza

Boaz Ganor and Ophir Falk — De-Radicalization in Israel’s Prison System  

Brian J. Bowe — The Heartbreak of the Place- Space, Religion and Politics in Post-9/11 Mosque Controversies

Bridget Rose Nolan — The Effects of Cleric Statements on Suicide Bombings in Pakistan, 2000–2010

C. Christine Fair — Insights from a Database of Lashkar-e-Taiba and Hizb-ul-Mujahideen Militants

Charlinda Santifort-Jordan and Todd Sandler — An Empirical Study of Suicide Terrorism: A Global Analysis

Chen Brama and Moshe Gammer — Radical Islamism, Traditional Islam and Ethno-Nationalism in the Northern Caucasus