Articles of the Week – 1/11-1/17

Monday January 13:

Rational Islamists: Islamism and regime preferences in Bangladesh – C. Christine Fair and Parina Patel, Democratization:

Fighting for survival: responding to state capacity and terror group end – Mustafa Kirisci, Critical Studies on Terrorism:

The Origins of Boko Haram—And Why It Matters – Audu Bulama Bukarti, Current Trends in Islamist Ideology:

Wednesday January 15:

What the jihadis left behind – Nelly Lahoud, London Review of Books:

Radical Islamists Are Still a Threat Behind Bars – Robin Simcox, Foreign Policy:

Thursday January 16:

Picking Up and Defending the Faith: Activism and Radicalism Among Muslim Converts in the United States – Ari D. Fodeman, Daniel W. Snook, and John G. Horgan, Political Psychology:

Judge, Jury and Executioner: the ISIS Bureau of Justice and Grievances – Syria Justice and Accountability Centre:

State religious authorities in rentier economies and the management of independent Islamism – Courtney Freer, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies:

Friday January 17:

Impacts of the ‘War on Terror’ on the (De-)Humanization of Christians in Pakistan: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Media Reporting – Zahid Shahab Ahmed and Musharaf Zahoor, Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations:

Jihadists Presence Online Decentralizes After Telegram Ban – Flashpoint: