Articles of the Week – 11/9-11/15

Monday November 11:

Mapping Connections and Cooperation between Terrorist and Criminal Entities – Arie Perliger and Michael Palmieri, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

Comparing the Different Behavioral Outcomes of Extremism: A Comparison of Violent and Non-Violent Extremists, Acting Alone or as Part of a Group – Sarah Knight, David Keatley, and Katie Woodward, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

‘Cooking the Meal of Terror’ Manipulative Strategies in Terrorist Discourse: A Critical Discourse Analysis of ISIS Statements – Mohamed El-Nashar and Heba Nayef, Terrorism and Political Violence:

Controlling Message and Messenger: Singapore’s Ongoing Efforts to Bureaucratize Islam – James R. Sullivan, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs:

Dangerous Contenders: Election Monitors, Islamic Opposition Parties, and Terrorism – Kerim Can Kavakli and Patrick M. Kuhn, International Organization:

Tuesday November 12:

What radicalized Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi? New scholarship shows that the Islamic State leader was shaped by the chaos of post-2003 Iraq – Samuel Helfont, The Monkey Cage:

A comparison of ISIS foreign fighters and supporters social media posts: an exploratory mixed-method content analysis – Leevia Dillon, Loo Seng Neo, and Joshua D. Freilich, Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression:

Wednesday November 13:

Lone Offender: A Study of Lone Offender Terrorism in the United States (1972-2015) – Federal Bureau of Investigation:

Getting a Grip on Central Sahel’s Gold Rush – International Crisis Group:

Thursday November 14:

Caliph Incognito: The Ridicule of Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi – Cole Bunzel, Jihadica:

When Organizations Rebel: Introducing the Foundations of Rebel Group Emergence (FORGE) Dataset – Jessica Maves Braithwaite, and Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham, International Studies Quarterly:

Friday November 15:

Constructing place identity: ISIS and Al-Qaeda’s branding competition over the Caliphate – Kareem El Damanhoury, Place Branding and Public Diplomacy: