Articles of the Week – 12/1-12/7

Saturday December 1:

More Data, New Problems: Audiences, Ahistoricity, and Selection Bias in Terrorism and Insurgency Research – Charles W Mahoney, International Studies Review: https://bit.ly/2ElFfdS

Monday December 3:

Allied & Lethal: Islamic State Khorasan’s Network and Organizational Capacity in Afghanistan and Pakistan – Amira Jadoon, Combating Terrorism Center:

Sexual Suppression and Political Agency: Evoking a Woman’s Support for the Islamic State – Nadia Al-Dayel, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: https://bit.ly/2BXBdqD

Peripheral and embedded: relational patterns of lone-actor terrorist radicalization – Lasse Lindekilde, Stefan Malthaner & Francis O’Connor, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict: https://bit.ly/2RHki0K

Tuesday December 4:

The Islamic State Research Office’s Self-History – Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi: https://bit.ly/2zK8DYg

Wednesday December 5:

Trends in Islamic State’s Online Propaganda: Shorter Longevity, Wider Dissemination of Content – Laurence Bindner and Raphael Gluck, ICCT: https://bit.ly/2PoDy1m

The Hamas-Islamic State Sinai Relationship: Translation and Analysis -Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi: https://bit.ly/2SAnwDh

Thursday December 6:

Understating Zarqawi – Cole Bunzel, Jihadica: https://bit.ly/2B23BWG

One Land, Two Rules (1): Service delivery in insurgent-affected areas, an introduction – Jelena Bjelica and Kate Clark, Afghanistan Analysts Network: https://bit.ly/2QXuy7Y

Friday December 7:

Jihadists from Ex-Soviet Central Asia: Where Are They? Why Did They Radicalize? What Next? – Edward Lemon, Vera Mironova, and William Tobey, Russia Matters: https://bit.ly/2LfLT6V

The “Ulema” of the Jihadi Movement- Discourse, Role and Future – Chafic Choucair, Sharq Forum: https://bit.ly/2QwqkoK