Articles of the Week – 5/2-5/8

Saturday May 2:

How Online Content Providers Moderate User‐Generated Content to Prevent Harmful Online Communication: An Analysis of Policies and Their Implementation – Sabine A. Einwiller and Sora Kim, Policy and Internet:

Monday May 4:

The Risks of a Telegram Crypto-Wallet – Andrew Mines, GNET:

Tuesday May 5:

The role of religion in Islamist radicalisation processes – Jeppe Fuglsang Larsen, Critical Studies on Terrorism:

ISIS in Iraq: From Abandoned Villages to the Cities – Husham Al-Hashimi, Center for Global Policy:

Wednesday May 6:

The Challenge of Boko Haram Defectors in Chad – Bulama Bukarti, War on the Rocks:

Striving for the Impossible? Policing and Territoriality in the Age of the War on Terror – Stig Jarle Hansen, Journal of Human Security:

Thursday May 7:

Where to Publish Academic Research on Online Extremism and Terrorism?: What We Can Learn from Journal Article Entries in VOX-Pol’s Online Library – Louise Laing and Maura Conway, Vox-Pol:

False Dichotomy: How Both Psychology and Strategic Incentives Influence Terrorist Groups and Violent Social Movements – Tricia Bacon and Thomas Zeitzoff: