Jihadology presents Think Tank/NGO/Policy/Gov Reports and Articles of 2010, Part IV

NOTE: Previous posts in end of the years series:

Monday I will post books I am looking forward to reading 2011. Below is a list of Think Tank/NGO/Policy/Gov reports and articles that I have either read or am interested in reading that were published in the past year. If you have any other suggestions to the below reports and articles that deal with global jihadism or Islamic studies, please feel free to let me know in the comments section.

Sarah Phillips — What Comes Next in Yemen? AQ, the Tribes, and State-Building

Somalia’s Divided Islamists

Stephen Harmon — From GSPC to AQIM- The evolution of an Algerian islamistterrorist group into an Al-Qa‘ida Affiliate and its implications for the Sahara-Sahel region

Stephen Tankel — Lashkar-e-Taiba in Perspective- An Evolving Threat

Stephen Ulph — Towards a Curriculum for the Teaching of Jihadist Ideology PartI- Introduction – Problems of Perception

Stephen Ulph — Towards a Curriculum for the Teaching of Jihadist Ideology PartII- The Doctrinal Frame

Stephen Ulph — Towards a Curriculum for the Teaching of Jihadist Ideology PartIII- The World Through a Jihadi Lens

The De-Radicalization Process of Terrorist Organizations- The Libyan Case

The Threat from Jamaat-ul Mujahideen Bangladesh

Thomas Hegghammer — The Failure of Jihad in Saudi Arabia

Thomas Rid — Cracks in the Jihad

Thomas Ruttig — How Tribal Are the Taleban? Afghanistan’s Largest Insurgent Movement between its Tribal Roots and Islamist Ideology

Tuty Raihanah Mostarom and Nur Azlin Mohamed Yasin — The Internet- Avenue for Women Jihadi “Participation”

Youssef Aboul-Enein — Reflections on Algeria’s Islamist Experiences, Past and Present

Youssef Aboul-Enein & Dorothy Corley — Yemeni Intellectual Saeed al-JamhiIdeologically Attacks al-Qaida- Exploring Recent Arabic Volumes Deconstructing Militant Islamist Narrative