Articles of the Week – 2/24-3/2

Sunday February 25:

Ostracism promotes a terroristic mindset – Michaela Pfundmair, Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression: http://bit.ly/2tiDfPZ

Monday February 26:

Evolving Terror The Development of Jihadist Operations Targeting Western Interests in Africa – Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Jacob Zenn, Sarah Sheafer, and Sandro Bejdic, Foundation for Defense of Democracies: http://bit.ly/2GYscx0

Reconsidering Radicalization: Fanaticism and the Link Between Ideas and Violence – Bart Schuurman and Max Taylor, Perspectives on Terrorism:

Explaining Civilian Attacks: Terrorist Networks, Principal-Agent Problems and Target Selection – Max Abrahms, Matthew Ward, Ryan Kennedy, Perspectives on Terrorism:

Terrorist Prison Breaks – Trevor Cloen, Yelena Biberman, Farhan Zahid, Perspectives on Terrorism:

Black-boxing the Black Flag: Anonymous Sharing Platforms and ISIS Content Distribution Tactics – Ahmad Shehabat, Teodor Mitew, Perspectives on Terrorism:

Tuesday February 27:

Identity, Ideology, and Information: The Sources of Iraqi Public Support for the Islamic State – Karl Kaltenthaler, Daniel Silverman, and Munqith Dagher, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: http://bit.ly/2oCgXUy

High Risk or Low Risk: Screening for Violent Extremists in DDR Programmes – Joanne Richards, International Peacekeeping: https://bit.ly/2GgyMlP

Wednesday February 28:

The Proscription or Listing of Terrorist Organisations: Understanding, Assessment, and International Comparisons – Lee Jarvis and Tim Legrand, Terrorism and Political Violence: http://bit.ly/2FN08h0

Countering Jihadist Militancy in Bangladesh – International Crisis Group: http://bit.ly/2oNepSv

Foreign Fighters: The Rule of Law Is the Best Response to Islamist Fighters from Western Countries – Robin Simcox, Heritage Foundation: http://bit.ly/2FaWeRG

Wednesday February 28:

Legitimacy in Areas of Limited Statehood – Thomas Risse and Eric Stollenwerk, Annual Review of Political Science: https://bit.ly/2q9rfvM

Thursday March 1:

Research on Terrorism, 2007–2016: A Review of Data, Methods, and Authorship – Bart Schuurman, Terrorism and Political Violence: http://bit.ly/2CVLKQb

Terrorist Decision-Making In The Context of Risk, Attack Planning and Attack Commission – Paul Gill, Zoe Marchment, Emily Corner, and Noémie Bouhana, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: http://bit.ly/2FLH5n0

Friday March 2:

Terror, Online and Off: Recent Trends in Islamic State Propaganda Operations – Charlie Winter and Haroro J. Ingram, War on the Rocks: http://bit.ly/2CS749t

The Portuguese foreign fighters phenomenon: a preliminary assessment – Maria do Céu Pinto Arena, Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism: http://bit.ly/2oC4H66