Articles of the Week – 1/6-1/12

Sunday January 7:

Virtual Caliphate Rebooted: The Islamic State’s Evolving Online Strategy – Charlie Winter and Jade Parker, Lawfare:

Monday January 8:

Is the Enemy of My Enemy My Friend? How Terrorist Groups Select Partners – Tricia Bacon, Security Studies:

Why Radicalization Fails: Barriers to Mass Casualty Terrorism – Pete Simi & Steven Windisch, Terrorism and Political Violence:

Political Elites and the Rise of the Boko Haram Insurgency in Nigeria – Wisdom Oghosa Iyekekpolo, Terrorism and Political Violence:

The Islamic State Attacks on Shia Holy Sites and the “Shrine Protection Narrative”: Threats to Sacred Space as a Mobilization Frame – Benjamin Isakhan, Terrorism and Political Violence:

Radicalization as Martialization: Towards a Better Appreciation for the Progression to Violence – Kevin D. Haggerty & Sandra M. Bucerius, Terrorism and Political Violence:

The Language of Radicalization: Female Internet Recruitment to Participation in ISIS Activities – Leah Windsor, Terrorism and Political Violence:

Organizational Dynamics, Public Condemnation and The Impetus to Disengage from Violence – Ioana Emy Matesan, Terrorism and Political Violence:

Tuesday January 9:

End of the Lone Wolf: The Typology that Should Not Have Been – Bart Schuurman, Lasse Lindekilde, Stefan Malthaner, Francis O’Connor, Paul Gill, and Noémie Bouhana, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

Fighting Terrorism: The Democracy Advantage – Amichai Magen, Journal of Democracy:

Dashed Hopes and Extremism in Tunisia – Geoffrey Macdonald and Luke Waggoner, Journal of Democracy: 

Wednesday January 10:

Our Common Enemy: Ambiguous Ties Between al-Qaeda and Yemen’s Tribes – Nadwa al-Dawsari, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace:

The Language of New Terrorism: Differences in Psychological Dimensions of Communication in Dabiq and Inspire – Matteo Vergani and Ana-Maria Bliuc, Journal of Language and Social Psychology:

Images of death and dying in ISIS media: A comparison of English and Arabic print publications – Carol Winkler, Kareem ElDamanhoury, Aaron Dicker, and Anthony F Lemieux, Media, War & Conflict:

The Language of New Terrorism: Differences in Psychological Dimensions of Communication in Dabiq and Inspire – Matteo Vergani and Ana-Maria Bliuc, Journal of Language and Social Psychology:

Friday January 12:

Funding rebellion: The Rebel Contraband Dataset – James Igoe Walsh, Justin M Conrad, Beth Elise Whitaker, and Katelin M Hudak, Journal of Peace Research:

‘Radicalisation: the journey of a concept’, revisited – Derek M. D. Silva, Race & Class: