Articles of the Week – 3/16-3/22

Monday March 18:

A ‘Tale of two Jihadis’? Improperly conflating terrorists and foreign fighters in the Arab spring – Michael J. Schumacher and Peter J. Schraeder, Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression:

Tuesday March 19:

The Ummah racial project: Arab satellite television, Islamic movements, and the construction of Spanish Moroccan identity – Anwar Ouassini, Ethnic and Racial Studies:

Destination Jihad- Italy’s Foreign Fighters – Francesco Marone and Lorenzo Vidino, The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague:

Wednesday March 20:

Terror and the Legitimation of Violence: A Cross-National Analysis on the Relationship between Terrorism and Homicide Rates – Alexander Kamprad & Marieke Liem, Terrorism and Political Violence:

Thursday March 21:

Military Interventions, Jihadi Networks, and Terrorist Entrepreneurs: How the Islamic State Terror Wave Rose So High in Europe – Petter Nesser, CTC Sentinel:

The Islamic State’s Revitalization in Libya and its Post-2016 War of Attrition – Lachlan Wilson and Jason Pack, CTC Sentinel:

AQIM Pleads for Relevance in Algeria – Geoff D. Porter, CTC Sentinel:

Why madrassah education reforms don’t work in Pakistan? -Mohsin Bashir and Shoaib Ul Haq, Third World Quarterly:

Terrorism, lightning and falling furniture – Peter J Phillips and Gabriela Pohl, Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression:

Friday March 22:

“We Found Their Bodies Later That Day” Atrocities by Armed Islamists and Security Forces in Burkina Faso’s Sahel Region – Human Rights Watch: