Articles of the Week – 10/12-10/18

Saturday October 12:

Iraq Confronts Its Own Prisoner’s Dilemma – Vera Mironova, Sam Whitt, Dara Tahseen Assi, Foreign Policy:

Does Al Qaeda Have a Future? – Daniel Byman, The Washington Quarterly:

Monday October 14:

Switching Sides: Exploring Violent Extremist Intergroup Migration Across Hostile Ideologies – Daniel Koehler, Political Psychology:

Analyzing person‐exposure patterns in lone‐actor terrorism Implications for threat assessment and intelligence gathering – Caitlin Clemmow, Noémie Bouhana, and Paul Gill, Criminology & Public Policy:

Describing Perceptions of Media Influence among Radicalized Individuals: The Case of Jihadists and Non-Violent Islamists – Philip Baugut and Katharina Neumann, Political Communication:

Tuesday October 15:

The Islamic State in India’s Kerala: A primer – Kabir Taneja and Mohammed Sinan Siyech, Observer Research Center:

New figures on European nationals detained in Syria and Iraq – Rik Coolsaet and Thomas Renard, Egmont Institute:

An investigation into microcycles of violence by the Taliban – Julie Haukland Rieber-Mohn and Kartikeya Tripathi, Security Journal:

Thursday October 17:

Women in Islamic State: From Caliphate to Camps – Gina Vale, The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague:

Cows, Charcoal, and Cocaine: Al-Shabaab’s Criminal Activities in the Horn of Africa – Katharine Petrich, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

Crime-Terror Interactions in Sub-Saharan Africa – James J. F. Forest, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

#rebel: Rebel communication strategies in the age of social media – Cyanne E Loyle and Samuel E Bestvater, Conflict Management and Peace Science:

Friday October 18:

Wilayat al-Hawl: ‘Remaining’ and Incubating the Next Islamic State Generation – Aaron Y. Zelin, Washington Institute for Near East Policy: