Articles of the Week – 10/26-11/1

Saturday October 26:

In Syria, the Women and Children of ISIS Have Been Forgotten – Devorah Margolin, Joana Cook, and Charlie Winter, Foreign Policy:

Sunday October 27:

“Terrorism as Veiled Suicide: A Comparative Analysis” – Anna Geifman, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

Monday October 28:

Blood and scripture: how the Islamic State frames religion in violent video propaganda – Matthew M. Sweeney and Meghan Kubit, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict:

Islamist Terrorism, Diaspora Links and Casualty Rates – James A. Piazza and Gary LaFree, Perspectives on Terrorism:

“The Khilafah’s Soldiers in Bengal”: Analysing the Islamic State Jihadists and Their Violence Justification Narratives in Bangladesh – Saimum Parvez, Perspectives on Terrorism:

Islamic State Propaganda and Attacks: How are they Connected – Nate Rosenblatt, Charlie Winter and Rajan Basra, Perspectives on Terrorism:

Towards Open and Reproducible Terrorism Studies: Current Trends and Next Steps – Sandy Schumann, Isabelle van der Vegt, Paul Gill and Bart Schuurman, Perspectives on Terrorism:

Taking Terrorist Accounts of their Motivations Seriously: An Exploration of the Hermeneutics of Suspicion – Lorne L. Dawson, Perspectives on Terrorism:

An Evaluation of the Islamic State’s Influence over the Abu Sayyaf – Veera Singam Kalicharan, Perspectives on Terrorism:

Countering Violent Extremism Globally: A New Global CVE Dataset – Caitlin Ambrozik, Perspectives on Terrorism:

Profiles of Islamist Militants in Bangladesh – Shafi Md Mostofa and Dr. Natalie Doyle, Perspectives on Terrorism:

Adversity, Criminality, and Mental Health Problems in Jihadis in Dutch Police Files – Anton Weenink, Perspectives on Terrorism:

“Their Fate is Tied to Ours”: Assessing AQAP Governance and Implications for Security in Yemen – Joana Cook, ICSR:

How an Islamist party managed to legitimate its authoritarianization in the eyes of the secularist opposition: the case of Turkey Ihsan Yilmaz, Mehmet Efe Caman, and Galib Bashirov, Democratization:

When Jihadist Factions Split: A Data-Driven Network Analysis – Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Samuel Hodgson, Daniele Bellutta, Chiara Pulice, and V.S. Subrahmanian, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

Debunking the Smuggler-Terrorist Nexus: Human Smuggling and the Islamic State in the Middle East – Luigi Achilli and Alessandro Tinti, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

Tuesday October 29:

Baghdadi Is Dead But His Legend Lives On – Aaron Y. Zelin, Foreign Policy:

Wednesday October 30:

ISIS genocide against the Yazidis and mass violence in the Middle East – Vicken Cheterian, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies:

Minor Misery: What an Islamic State Registry Says About the Challenges of Minors in the Conflict Zone – Daniel Milton and Don Rassler, Combating Terrorism Center:

Thursday October 31:

Once more, with feeling: using sentiment analysis to improve models of relationships between non-state actors – Kevin T. Greene and Caleb Lucas, International Interactions:

The genesis of insurgency in northern Mozambique – David M Matsinhe and Estacio Valoi, Institute for Security Studies:

Once more, with feeling: using sentiment analysis to improve models of relationships between non-state actors Kevin T. Greene and Caleb Lucas, International Interactions:

Friday November 1:

What Explains Taxation by Resource-Rich Rebels? Evidence from the Islamic State in Syria – Mara Revkin, The Journal of Politics:

Jihadism from a Subcultural Perspective – Jeppe Fuglsang Larsen and Sune Qvotrup Jensen, Critical Criminology:

Keeping Armed Actors Out: The Protective Effect of Shuras in Afghanistan – Jori Breslawski, Journal of Global Security Studies: