Articles of the Week – 10/23-10/29

Saturday October 23:

Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Volume 33 Issue 11 released:

Gadahn and Awlaki, Together At Last? – J.M. Berger, IntelWire:

Things We don’t know – Gregory D. Johnsen, Waq al-Waq:

Thoughts and Analysis on Gadahn’s new video – Aaron Y. Zelin, Jihadology:

Monday October 25:

Militancy in Pakistan’s Borderlands – Hassan Abbas, The Century Foundation:

Al Qaeda’s media plays follow the leader – Christopher Anzalone, The AfPak Channel:

Awlaki Visited the Pentagon in 2001: Was This A Security Failure? – Mark Stout, Spy Blog:

Tuesday October 26:

A Crash Course in Jihadi Theory (Part 2) – Joas Wagemakers, Jihadica:

Experiments in Map-Making – Kal, The Moor Next Door:

Wednesday October 27:

Al-Qaeda and the Coptic Converts – Florian Flade, Jih@d Blog:

Saudi Fatwa Restrictions and the State-Clerical Relationship – Christopher Boucek, Arab Reform Bulletin:

Thursday October 28:

Dusting Off a Forgotten Counter-Narrative – Howard G. Clark, Free Rad!cals:

Grozny Attack Indicates Revival of Chechen Nationalist Insurgency – Murad Batal Al-Shishani, Central Asia – Caucasus Institute Analyst:

Charting the Revival of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan – Roman Muzalevsky, Terrorism Monitor:

Why Is Osama bin Laden Going After the French? – Andrew Lebovich, Foreign Policy:

The German martyrs and the Turkish groups – Mr. Orange’s War Tracker:

Friday October 29:

Death Toll In Grozny Parliament Attack May Have Been Far Higher – Liz Fuller, Caucasus Report:

Osama at the Top of His Game – Michael Scheuer, The National Interest:

Factional Divisions within the Chechen Separatist Movement – Mairbek Vatchagaev, North Caucasus Analysis: