Articles of the Week – 5/25-5/31

Saturday May 25:

Qusayr Meat Grinder: Hizballah’s Dead From May 20-May 25 – Phillip Smyth, Jihadology: 

Sunday May 26:

Hezbollah and related graphics – Charles Cameron, Zen Pundit: 

Syria: Suffering the effects of the 2nd Foreign Fighter Glut – Clint Watts, Foreign Policy Research Institute 

Monday May 27:

Tunisia’s jihadi showdown shows paradox of Arab Spring freedoms – Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, The Globe and Mail: 

Tuesday May 28:

Ansar al-Sharia Tunisia’s Long Game: Dawa, Hisba and Jihad – Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, International Centre for Counterterrorism – The Hague:

Why Defining Terrorism Matters – Karolina Lula, The Monkey Cage: 

Niger attacks and the Sahel’s shifting jihad – Andrew Lebovich, al-Wasat: 

Wednesday May 29:

The UK’s anti-terrorism laws: does their practical use correspond to legislative intention? – Jessie Blackbourn, Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism: 

Early detection of the lone wolf: advancement of counter-terrorism investigations with an absence or abundance of information and intelligence – Jason-Leigh Striegher, Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism: 

Light and dark: the contrasting approaches of British counter terrorism – John Bahadur Lamb, Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism: 

Terrorist lifecycles: a case study of Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan – Khuram Iqbal and Sara De Silva, Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism: 

From AQIM in the Sahel to Shabaab in the Horn, al Qaeda Affiliates Squabble & Fracture – Clint Watts, Selected Wisdom: 

Thursday May 30:

Mali’s Sleeper Cell – Andrew Lebovich, African Arguments: 

Friday May 31:

Jihadi foreign fighters: How dangerous? – Thomas Hegghammer, The Monkey Cage: 

Office Space – Will McCants, Jihadica: