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

For previous posts in this series see:

Alexander Meleagrou-Hitchens — Jihad Comes to Kenya – Interview With a Militant 

Alison Pargeter — Islamist Militant Groups in Post-Qadhafi Libya

Alison Pargeter — The Capture of Abu Anas al-Libi: Reactions and Militancy in Libya

Andrew J. Tabler, Jeffrey White, and Aaron Y. Zelin — Fallout from the Fall of Taftanaz

Andrew Lebovich — Analyzing Foreign Influence and Jihadi Networks in Nigeria

Andrew Lebovich — AQIM and Its Allies in Mali

Andrew Lebovich — Confronting Tunisia’s jihadists

Andrew Lebovich — Niger attacks and the Sahel’s shifting jihad 

Andrew Lebovich — Of Mergers, MUJAO, and Mokhtar Belmokhtar

Andrew Lebovich — Overstating Terror in Niger

Andrew Lebovich — Primer on Jihadi Players in Algeria and Mali, Pt. 1: AQIM

Andrew Lebovich — Primer on Jihadi Players in Algeria and Mali, Pt. 2: Belmokhtar and Those Who Sign with Blood

Andrew Lebovich — Primer on Jihadi Players in Algeria and Mali, Pt. 3: MUJWA

Andrew Lebovich — Primer on Jihadi Players in Algeria and Mali, Pt. 4 (Final): Ansar al-Din

Andrew Lebovich — The Local Face of Jihadism in Northern Mali

Andrew Lebovich — What’s Old is New Again: The Legacy of Algeria’s Civil War in Today’s Jihad

Andrew Zammit — A table on what people mean by “lone wolves” and other terms

Andrew Zammit — Are ad-hoc attacks really the future of jihadism?

Andrew Zammit — Tracking Australian Foreign Fighters in Syria

Anirban Ghosh, Arif Jamal, Christine Fair, Don Rassler, and Nadia Shoeb — The Fighters of Lashkar-e-Taiba: Recruitment, Training, Deployment and Death