Articles of the Week – 11/16-11/22

Sunday November 17: 

Trinidad’s Islamic State Problem – Simon Cottee, Lawfare:

Monday November 18:

Returning to the Fight: An Empirical Analysis of Terrorist Reengagement and Recidivism Mary Beth Altier,Emma Leonard Boyle, and John G. Horgan, Terrorism and Political Violence:

Policy expertise and use of evidence in a populist era – Brian W. Head and Subho Banerjee, Australian Journal of Political Science:

Temporal Dynamics in Covert Networks: A Case Study of the Structure behind the Paris and Brussels Attacks – Jasmijn M. Remmers, Terrorism and Political Violence:

Preventing radicalisation in Norwegian schools: how teachers respond to counter-radicalisation efforts – Martin M. Sjøen and Christer Mattsson, Critical Studies on Terrorism:

Tuesday November 19:

Merging actors with events: introducing the social conflict analysis dataset – organizational properties (SCAD-OPs) Idean Salehyan and Ayal Feinberg, International Interactions:

Insurgent Bureaucracy: How the Taliban Makes Policy – Ashley Jackson and Rahmatullah Amiri, USIP:

Wednesday November 20:

Virtual Plotters. Drones. Weaponized AI?: Violent Non-State Actors as Deadly Early Adopters – Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Matt Shear, and David Jones, Valens Global:

Thursday November 21:

Typology of Terror: The Backgrounds of Australian Jihadis – Rodger Shanahan, Lowy Institute:

Analyzing ethnographic interviews: Three studies on terrorism and nonviolent resistance – Stephanie Dornschneider, International Political Science Review: