Articles of the Week – 1/25-1/31

Monday January 27:

Tunisia Turns a Corner Against the Jihadist Movement – Aaron Y. Zelin, Washington Institute for Near East Policy:

ISIS and Their Use of Slavery – Nadia Al-Dayel and Andrew Mumford, ICCT:

Was Egyptian Islamic Revivalism really Counter-Hegemonic? Sayyid Qutb and the Problem of Islamic Occidentalism – Marco Demichelis, ReOrient:

Tuesday January 28:

Kamal Helbawy: Pioneer of the Muslim Brotherhood in the West – Lorenzo Vidino, Program on Extremism:

Minding the gap: How to provide more comprehensive support to the children of ISIS – Eric Rosand, B. Heidi Ellis, and Stevan Weine, Brookings Institution:

Framing, new social identity and long-term loyalty. Hizb ut-Tahrir’s impact on its members – Elisa Orofino, Social Movement Studies:

Rebel Group Attrition and Reversion to Violence: Micro-Level Evidence from Syria – Vera Mironova, Karam Alhamad, and Sam Whitt, International Studies Quarterly:

Wednesday January 29:

Framing war: visual propaganda, the Islamic State, and the battle for east Mosul – Charlie Winter, Cambridge Review of International Affairs:

Spatial Decision Making of Terrorist Target Selection: Introducing the TRACK Framework – Zoe Marchment and Paul Gill, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

Thursday January 30:

The Base Rate Study: Developing Base Rates for Risk Factors & Indicators for Engagement in Violent Extremism – Caitlin Clemmow, Sandy Schumann, Nadine L. Salman, and Paul Gill, Journal of Forensic Sciences:

Youth Resilience to Violent Extremism: Development and Validation of the BRAVE Measure – Michele Grossman, Kristin Hadfield, Philip Jefferies, Vivian Gerrand, and Michael Ungar, Terrorism and Political Violence:

Countering violent extremism through state-society partnerships: a case study of de-radicalisation programmes in Indonesia – Gusti Bagus Dharma Agastia, Anak Agung Banyu Perwita, D. B. Subedi, Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism: