Articles of the Week – 1/26-2/1

Monday January 28:
Muslim Governance and the Duty to Protect – Irene Oh, Journal of Religious Ethics:
Explaining Variation in Western Jihadists’ Choice between Domestic and Foreign Fighting – Thomas Hegghammer, American Political Science Review:
The Feudal Revolution and Europe’s Rise: Political Divergence of the Christian West and the Muslim World before 1500 CE – Lisa Blaydes and Eric Chaney, American Political Science Review:
Religious Authorization of the Justice and Spirituality Movement in Morocco – Ahmet Yükleyen and Aziz Abba, Politics, Religion & Ideology:
Islamist political movements in Yemen – Abdulmalik Mohammad Abdullah Eissa, Contemporary Arab Affairs:
Violent Jihadism in Real Time: Al-Shabaab’s Use of Twitter – START:
Tuesday January 29:
Jihadism’s Widening Internal Divide: Intellectual Infighting Heats Up – Cole Bunzel, Jihadica:
Wednesday January 30:
Hizballah and the Qods Force in Iran’s Shadow War with the West – Matthew Levitt, Washington Institute for Near East Policy:
The recruiter’s dilemma – Signalling and rebel recruitment tactics, Thomas Hegghammer, Journal of Peace Research:
Causality between terrorism and economic growth – Daniel Meierrieks and Thomas Gries, Journal of Peace Research:
Thursday January 31:
Analyzing Foreign Influence and Jihadi Networks in Nigeria – Andrew Lebovich, al-Wasat:
Friday February 1:
Muslim-American Terrorism: Declining Further – Charles Kurzman, Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security: