Articles of the Week – 8/3-8/9

Sunday August 4:

Revisiting Marawi: Women and the Struggle Against the Islamic State in the Philippines – Kiriloi Ingram, Lawfare:

Sunday August 5:

The physics of dissent and the effects of movement momentum – Erica Chenoweth and Margherita Belgioioso, Nature Human Behaviour:

Teaching Religion & International Relations: Disciplinary, Pedagogical, and Personal Reflections – Gregorio Bettiza, Deina Abdelkader, David T Buckley, Jocelyne Cesari, Jeffrey Haynes, Nukhet Sandal, and Giorgio Shani – International Studies Perspectives:

Wednesday August 7:

The Conflict in Jammu and Kashmir and the Convergence of Technology and Terrorism – Kabir Taneja and Kriti M Shah, RUSI:

Thursday August 8:

Return and Expand? The Finances and Prospects of the Islamic State After the Caliphate – Patrick B. Johnston, Mona Alami, Colin P. Clarke, and Howard J. Shatz, RAND:

Iran’s Expanding Militia Army in Iraq: The New Special Groups – Michael Knights, CTC Sentinel:

Western Balkans Foreign Fighters and Homegrown Jihadis: Trends and Implications – Adrian Shtuni, CTC Sentinel:

Returnee Foreign Fighters from Syria and Iraq: The Kosovan Experience – Kujtim Bytyqi and Sam Mullins, CTC Sentinel:

Friday August 9:

The Evolution Of Bitcoin In Terrorist Financing – Brenna Smith, Bellingcat:

Women’s Authority in Patriarchal Social Movements: The Case of Female Salafi Preachers – Richard A. Nielsen, American Journal of Political Science:

A Life-Course Analysis of Engagement in Violent Extremist Groups – Christoffer Carlsson, Amir Rostami, Hernan Mondani, Joakim Sturup, Jerzy Sarnecki, and Christofer Edling, The British Journal of Criminology: