Jihadology presents Academic Journal Articles of 2013, Part II

For previous posts in this series see:

Christian Leuprecht, Todd Hataley, and David B. Skillicorn — Cross-border terror networks- a social network analysis of the Canada–US border

Christopher Jasparro — Place still matters: The operational geography of jihadist terror attacks against the US Homeland 1990–2012

Christoph Schuck, Politics — A Conceptual Framework of Sunni Islamism

Clark McCauley, Sophia Moskalenko, and Benjamin Van Son — Characteristics of Lone-Wolf Violent Offenders: a Comparison of Assassins and School Attackers

Corinne Torrekens — Mosques and Municipalities in Belgium: Negotiating Urban Spaces

Dan Byman — Fighting Salafi-Jihadist Insurgencies: How Much Does Religion Really Matter? 

Dan Byman — Outside Support for Insurgent Movements

Daniel Egiegba Agbiboa — Living in Fear: Religious Identity, Relative Deprivation and the Boko Haram Terrorism

Daniel Meierrieks and Thomas Gries — Causality between terrorism and economic growth

Degang Sun and Yahia Zoubir — China’s Response to the Revolts in the Arab World: A Case of Pragmatic Diplomacy

Dina Al Raffie — Social Identity Theory for Investigating Islamic Extremism in the Diaspora

Donald Holbrook — Alienating the Grassroots: Looking Back at Al Qaeda’s Communicative Approach Toward Muslim Audiences

Donna Winslow, Rene Moelker, and Francoise Companjen — Glocal Chechnya from Russian sovereignty to pan-Islamic autonomy

Eitan Azani — The Hybrid Terrorist Organization- Hezbollah as a Case Study

Elena Pokalova — Authoritarian regimes against terrorism- lessons from China

Emmanuel Karagiannis — Transnational Islamist Networks: Western Fighters in Afghanistan, Somalia and Syria

Emilia Justyna Powell — Islamic law states and the International Court of Justice

Emil Souleimanov and Maya Ehrmann  — Rise of Militant Salafism in Azerbaijan & Its Regional Implications

Farhad Khosrokhavar — Radicalization in Prison: The French Case

Floris Vermeulen — Suspect Communities—Targeting Violent Extremism at the Local Level: Policies of Engagement in Amsterdam, Berlin, and London