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

For previous posts in this series see:

Mark Youngman — Backgrounder on the Mujahideen of the Caucasus and the Levant

Mark Youngman — Book Review of “Foreign Fighters: Transnational Identity in Civil Conflicts”

Mark Youngman — The North Caucasus Insurgency’s Syrian Balancing Act

Matthew Levitt — Hizb Allah Resurrected: The Party of God’s Return to Tradecraft

Matthew Levitt — Hizballah and the Qods Force in Iran’s Shadow War with the West

Matthew Levitt and Aaron Y. Zelin — Hizb Allah’s Gambit in Syria

Michael Marcusa — My Two Weeks With the Jihadists

Mr. Orange’s War Tracker — What’s in the names of terrorist groups (1): Jabhah al-Nusrah

Nathaniel Rosenblatt — ISIS’ Plan to Govern Syria – And What the US Should Do About It

Nelly Lahoud — Jihadi Discourse in the Wake of the Arab Spring

Nico Prucha — Who let the Dog out? A note on the German side of “jihadism”

Nico Prucha and Ali Fisher — 66 Important Jihadist Twitter Accounts (part 2)

Nico Prucha and Ali Fisher — Jihadi Twitter activism – Introduction

Nico Prucha and Ali Fisher — Jihadi Twitter Activism part 2: Jabhat al-Nusra on the Twittersphere

Nico Prucha and Ali Fisher — The ‘Who’s Who’ of the Most Important Jihadi Accounts on Twitter?

Nico Prucha and Ali Fisher — Tweeting for the Caliphate: Twitter as the New Frontier for Jihadist Propaganda

Noah Tucker — Uzbek Extremism in Context, Part 1: The Uzbek Jihad and the Problem of Religious Freedom 

Noah Tucker — Uzbek Extremism in Context, Part 2: The Internet, Social Media and Religious Speech

Noah Tucker — Uzbek Extremism in Context, Part 3: “Love Your President & Be Content With Bread, or Allah Will Give you a Disease!”

Noman Benotman and Jonathan Russell — A New Index to Assess the Effectiveness of Al Qaeda

Noman Benotman and Roisin Blake — Jabhat al-Nusra