Articles of the Week – 1/27-2/2

Sunday January 28:
#TerroristFinancing: An Examination of Terrorism Financing via the Internet – Michael Tierney, International Journal of Cyber Warfare and Terrorism:
Monday January 29:
When Terrorists Govern: Protecting Civilians in Conflicts with State-Building Armed Groups Mara Revkin, Harvard National Security Journal:
While Transitioning, Please Mind the Gap! – Craig Whiteside, 1001 Iraqi Thoughts:
Music of the Islamic State – Nelly Lahoud & Jonathan Pieslak, Survival:
Israel and the Jihadi Threat – Elisabeth Marteu, Survival:
Explaining the Radicalization of Central Asian Migrants – Mohammed Elshimi and Raffaello Pantucci, The Diplomat:
Tuesday January 30:
Civil War as State-Making: Strategic Governance in Civil War – Megan A. Stewart, International Organization:
Tactical Diversity in Militant Violence – Michael C. Horowitz, Evan Perkoski, and Philip B.K. Potter, International Organization:
Inquiring About A Role In Suicide Bombings Via WhatsApp – Aymenn Jawad al-Tamimi:
Exploring officer views of community policing in counterterrorism – Erin M. Kearns, Police Practice and Research:
Thinking Sociologically about Religion and Violence: The Case of ISIS – Mark Juergensmeyer, Sociology of Religion:
Community Stakeholder Responses to Countering Violent Extremism Locally – Caitlin Ambrozik, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:
Wednesday January 31:
Sayyid Qutb and the Crisis of Culture in Late 1940s Egypt – Giedre Sabaseviciute, International Journal of Middle East Studies:
Thursday February 1:
Boko Haram’s al-Qaeda Affiliation: A Response to ‘Five Myths about Boko Haram’ – Jacob Zenn, Lawfare:
ISIS’s War on Families Never Ended – Kinana Qaddour, Foreign Policy:
Foe Not Friend: Yemen’s Tribes and Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula – Nadwa Al-Dawsari, POMED:
Understanding the Idea: Dynamic Equivalence and the Accurate Translation of Jihadist Concepts – Brandon Colas, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: