Articles of the Week – 2/17-2/23

Monday February 19:
Did Ibn Saud’s militants cause 400,000 casualties? Myths and evidence about the Wahhabi conquests, 1902–1925 – Jeff Eden, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies:
The portrayal of drones in terrorist propaganda: a discourse analysis of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula’s Inspire – Jan Andre Lee Ludvigsen, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict:
Unipolar politics and global peace: a structural explanation of the globalizing jihad – S. Yaqub Ibrahimi, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict:
ISIS Child Soldiers in Syria: The Structural and Predatory Recruitment, Enlistment, Pre-Training Indoctrination, Training, and Deployment – Asaad Almohammad, The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague:
Tuesday February 20:
Locals call Boko Haram ‘slave raiders.’ Here’s what that means, and why it matters. – Scott MacEachern, The Monkey Cage:
Promoting Muslims’ Willingness to Report Terror Threats to Police: Testing Competing Theories of Procedural Justice – Kristina Murphy, Adrian Cherney, and Marcus Teston, Justice Quarterly:
Boko Haram’s Conquest for the Caliphate: How Al-Qaeda Helped Islamic State Acquire Territory – Jacob Zenn, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:
Exploiting the Prophet’s Authority: How Islamic State Propaganda Uses Hadith Quotation to Assert Legitimacy – Jennifer Boutz, Hannah Benninger, and Alia Lancaster, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:
Does Drug Trafficking Impact Terrorism? Afghan Opioids and Terrorist Violence in Central Asia – Mariya Y. Omelicheva and Lawrence Markowitz, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:
Wednesday February 21:
The Strategic Logic of Women in Jihadi Organizations – Hamoon Khelghat-Doost, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:
The Strategy of Exclusion in American Counterterrorism – Michael Newell, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:
Thursday February 22:
Beyond the Caliphate: Islamic State Activity – Inspired or Linked – Outside of the Group’s Defined Wilayat – Belgium – Guy Van Vlierden, Jon Lewis, and Don Rassler, Combating Terrorism Center:
Muslim Youth Unemployment and Expat Jihadism: Bored to Death? – Moamen Gouda and Marcus Marktanner, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:
Friday February 23:
What’s next for jihadists in Yemen? – Elisabeth Kendall, The Monkey Cage:
Jihadists’ Grievance Narratives against France – Laurence Bindner, The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague: