Articles of the Week – 2/3-2/9

Monday February 5:

Mobilization To Violence (Terrorism) Research – Canadian Security Intelligence Service: http://bit.ly/2EdRQx4

Making Jihadis, Waging Jihad: Transnational and Local Dimensions of the ISIS Phenomenon in Indonesia and Malaysia – Kirsten E. Schulze and Joseph Chinyong Liow, Asian Security: http://bit.ly/2sjbSEH

Tuesday February 6:

The Travelers: American Jihadists in Syria and Iraq – Alexander Meleagrou-Hitchens, Seamus Hughes, and Bennett Clifford, Program on Extremism: http://bit.ly/2GTR89U

A dangerous science: psychology in Al Qaeda’s words – Emma Grace, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict: http://bit.ly/2G2wt2d

Strategic Communications for Peace Operations: The African Union’s Information War Against al-Shabaab – Paul D. Williams, Stability: International Journal of Security and Development: http://bit.ly/2C8HxIy

Social and Institutional Origins of Political Islam – Steven Brooke and Neil Ketchley, American Political Science Review: http://bit.ly/2H2iKKb

Returnees: Who Are They, Why Are They (Not) Coming Back and How Should We Deal With Them? Assessing Policies on Returning Foreign Terrorist Fighters in Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands – Thomas Renard and Rik Coolsaet, Egmont Institute: http://bit.ly/2GSfoZW

Wednesday February 7:

Countering Jihadist Terrorism: A Comparative Analysis of French and German Experiences – Jean-Loup Samaan and Andreas Jacobs, Terrorism and Political Violence: http://bit.ly/2BNVsbA

Dying for the group: Towards a general theory of extreme self-sacrifice – Harvey Whitehouse, Behavioral and Brain Sciences: http://bit.ly/2Gb3R87

Thursday February 8:

Examining the military–media nexus in ISIS’s provincial photography campaign – Kareem El Damanhoury, Carol Winkler, Wojciech Kaczkowski, and Aaron Dicker, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict:

Friday February 9:

An Idea or a Threat? Islamic State Jammu & Kashmir – Amira Jadoon, Combating Terrorism Center: http://bit.ly/2nWjR5i