Articles of the Week – 11/30-12/6

Saturday November 30:

The non-translation strategy in translating ISIS radical discourse – Samia Bazzi, Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict:

Sunday December 1:

Security sector corruption and military effectiveness: the influence of corruption on countermeasures against Boko Haram in Nigeria – Daniel Kofi Banini, Small Wars & Insurgencies:

Monday December 2:

This Is Your Brain on Terrorism: The Science Behind a Death Wish – Scott Atran, Foreign Affairs:

Can Terrorism Abroad Influence Migration Attitudes at Home – Tobias Böhmelt, Vincenzo Bove, and Enzo Nussio, American Journal of Political Science:

Tuesday December 3:

Martyr or Mystery? Female Suicide Bombers and Information Availability – Michael J. Soules, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

Wednesday December 4:

Intersections of ISIS media leader loss and media campaign strategy: A visual framing analysis – Carol Winkler, Kareem El-Damanhoury, Zainab Saleh, John Hendry, and Nagham El-Karhili, Media, War & Conflict:

Thursday December 5:

Telegram Deplatforming ISIS Has Given Them Something to Fight For – Amarnath Amarasingam, Vice:

They are from within us: CVE brokerage in South-central Somalia – Linnéa Gelot and Stig Jarle Hansen, Conflict, Security & Development:

Lethal Images: Analyzing Extremist Visual Propaganda from ISIS and Beyond – Stephane J Baele, Katharine A Boyd, and Travis G Coan, Journal of Global Security Studies:

Friday December 6:

The Islamic State in Libya Has Yet to Recover – Aaron Y. Zelin, Washington Institute for Near East Policy:

“Yes, I can”: what is the role of perceived self-efficacy in violent online-radicalisation processes of “homegrown” terrorists? – Linda Schlegel, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict: