Jihadology presents Think Tank/NGO/Policy/Gov Reports and Articles of 2013, Part IV

For previous posts in this series see:

Barak Barfi and Aaron Y. Zelin — Al Qaeda’s Syrian Strategy

Bart Schuurman and Quirine Eijkman — Moving Terrorism Research Forward: The Crucial Role of Primary Sources

Bilal Y. Saab — The Syrian Spillover and Salafist Radicalization in Lebanon

Borhan Osman — Is the Taleban Insurgency a Holy or an Unholy War? An Afghan-Pakistani ulema debate

Brian Fishman — Syria Proving More Fertile Than Iraq to Al-Qa`ida’s Operations

Bruce Hoffman and Fernando Reinares — Al-Qaeda’s continued core strategy and disquieting leader-led trajectory

Charles Kurzman — Muslim-American Terrorism: Declining Further

Charles Lister — A militant Islamist/jihadi nexus is emerging in northern & eastern Syria

Charles Lister — Jabhat al-Nusra: A Self-Professed AQ Affiliate

Charles Lister — New fears for Syria’s jihadists

Charles Lister — Syria’s Insurgency: Beyond Good Guys and Bad Guys

Christopher Anzalone — Al-Shabab’s Tactical and Media Strategies in the Wake of its Battlefield Setbacks

Christopher Anzalone — The militant web

Christopher Anzalone — The Nairobi Attack and Al-Shabab’s Media Strategy

Christopher Heffelfinger — The Risks Posed by Jihadist Hackers

Claude Berrebi and Jordan Ostwald — Terrorism and the Labor- Force Evidence of an Effect on Female Labor Force Participation and the Labor Gender Gap

Claudio Franco — The evolving Taleban: changes in the insurgency’s DNA

Clint Watts — Foreign Fighters and Ants: How they form their colonies

Clint Watts — Syria: Suffering the effects of the 2nd Foreign Fighter Glut

Clint Watts — The Three Versions of Al Qaeda: A Primer