Articles of the Week – 11/24-11/30

Sunday November 25:

A content analysis of initial proof of life hostage videos released by international terrorist groups – Mark J. Rossin, Sarah W. Craun, Michelle L. Miller, and Matthew R. Collier, Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression: https://bit.ly/2Pdm3Rk

Monday November 26:

Under the Black Flag in Borno: experiences of foot soldiers and civilians in Boko Haram’s ‘caliphate’ – Zacharias P. Pieri and Jacob Zenn, The Journal of Modern African Studies: https://bit.ly/2AFPoPo

What does Australian law say about possessing terrorist instructional material? – Andrew Zammit, Avert Research Network: https://bit.ly/2E3pc5n

Wednesday November 28:

Tunisian Foreign Fighters in Iraq and Syria – Aaron Y. Zelin, Washington Institute for Near East Policy: 

Don’t Just Counter-Message; Counter-Engage – Nafees Hamid, ICCT: https://bit.ly/2PbN08b

Taleban Attacks on Khas Uruzgan, Jaghori and Malestan (I): A new and violent push into Hazara areas – Ali Yawar Adili and Martine van Bijlert, Afghanistan Analysts Network:

Jihadism after the ‘Caliphate’: towards a new typology – Anne Stenersen, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies: https://bit.ly/2Q0VXX0

Thursday November 29:

British and Lebanese Prisons: Are They Fertile Breeding Ground for Terrorism? – Salim Yaacoub, Journal of Strategic Security: https://bit.ly/2DSzhkt

Taleban Attacks on Khas Uruzgan, Jaghori and Malestan (II): A new and violent push into Hazara areas – Ali Yawar Adili and Martine van Bijlert, Afghanistan Analysts Network:

On the Problem of Extremism – J.M. Berger, MIT Press Blog: https://bit.ly/2rfFrDI

Friday November 30:

The True Origins of ISIS – Hassan Hassan, The Atlantic: https://bit.ly/2rcBXSv