Articles of the Week – 3/21-3/27

Sunday March 22:

Khalid Batarfi and the Future of AQAP – Gregory D. Johnsen, Lawfare:

How Islamist is the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG)? An ideological assessment – Christoph Schuck, Asian Security:

Monday March 23:

Broken, but Not Defeated: An Examination of State-led Operations against Islamic State Khorasan in Afghanistan and Pakistan (2015-2018) – Amira Jadoon and Andrew Mines, Combating Terrorism Center:

Tuesday March 24: 

The Pensacola Terrorist Attack: The Enduring Influence of al-Qa`ida and its Affiliates – Colin Clarke, CTC Sentinel:

Dollars for Daesh: The Small Financial Footprint of the Islamic State’s American Supporters – Lorenzo Vidino, Jon Lewis, and Andrew Mines, CTC Sentinel:

Addressing the Enemy: Al-Shabaab’s PSYOPS Media Warfare – Christopher Anzalone, CTC Sentinel:

Wednesday March 25:

A Year Since Baghuz, the Islamic State Is Neither Defeated nor Resurging (Yet) – Aaron Y. Zelin, Washington Institute for Near East Policy:

Thursday March 26:

Framing the Narrative: Female Fighters, External Audience Attitudes, and Transnational Support for Armed Rebellions – Devorah Manekin and Reed M. Wood, Journal of Conflict Resolution:

Friday March 27:

Radicalisation and travelling to Syria among delinquent youths: A case study from the Netherlands – Rudie J.M. Neve, Frank M. Weerman, Suzan Eris, and Jan Willem van Prooijen, Journal for Dereadicalization:

‘Muhajirun’ from Austria. Why they left to join ISIS and why they don’t return. – Veronika Hofinger and Thomas Schmidinger, Journal for Dereadicalization:

What About the Camp Followers – and their Children? – Ian MacVicar, Journal for Dereadicalization:

An Assessment of Returning Foreign Terrorist Fighters’ Commitment to Reintegrate: A Case Study of Kwale County, Kenya – Tina Mykkänen, Journal for Dereadicalization:

Vicarious Trauma From Online Extremism Research – A Call to Action – Michael Krona, GNET: