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

For previous posts in this series see:

Freedom C. Onuoha — Jama’atu Ansarul Musilimina Fi Biladis Sudan: Nigeria’s Evolving Terrorist Group
Freedom Onuoha — Porous Borders & Boko Haram’s Arms Smuggling Operations in Nigeria
Freedom C. Onuoha and Dr. Gerald E. Ezirim — “Terrorism” and Transnational Organised Crime in West Africa
Geneive Abdo — Lebanese Salafis Amidst Syria’s War
Gregory Johnsen — Did an 8-Year-Old Spy for America?
Hazim Fouad — Salafi-Jihadists and non-jihadist Salafists in Egypt – A case study about politics and methodology (manhaj)
Ines Von Behr, Anaïs Reding, Charlie Edwards, and Luke Gribbon — Radicalisation in the digital era: The use of the internet in 15 cases of terrorism and extremism
J.M. Berger — #Unfollow: The case for kicking terrorists off Twitter
J.M. Berger — Boston’s Jihadist Past
J.M. Berger — Dear jihadis: A letter from J.M.
J.M. Berger — Inspiration Inflation
J.M. Berger — Omar and Me: My strange, frustrating relationship with an American terrorist
J.M. Berger — Terrorists on Social Media: Arguments That Don’t Impress Me
J.M. Berger — Zero Degrees of al Qaeda: How Twitter is super-charging jihadist recruitment
Jacob N. Shapiro — The Business Habits of Highly Effective Terrorists
Jacob Zenn — A Brief Look at Ansaru’s Khalid al-Barnawi – AQIM’s Bridge Into Northern Nigeria
Jacob Zenn — Boko Haram’s Evolving Tactics and Alliances in Nigeria
Jacob Zenn — Boko Haram’s International Connections
Jacob Zenn — Cooperation or Competition: Boko Haram and Ansaru After the Mali Intervention
Jacob Zenn — Increasing Numbers of Central Asian Jihadists in Syria
Jacob Zenn — On the Eve of 2014: Islamism in Central Asia
Jacob Zenn — The Growing Alliance between Uzbek Extremists and the Pakistani Taliban