Articles of the Week – 5/9-5/15

Monday May 11:

What Can Work (and What Has Not Worked) in Women-Centric P/CVE Initiatives: Assessing the Evidence Base for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism – Emily Winterbotham, RUSI:

Domestic Jihadist Threat to Australia and Canada 2000-2020: An Overview – Shandon Harris-Hogan, Lorne L. Dawson, and Amarnath Amarasingam, TSAS:

Tuesday May 12:

The Lure of (Violent) Extremism: Gender Constructs in Online Recruitment and Messaging in Indonesia – Melissa Frances Johnston, Muhammad Iqbal, and Jacqui True, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

Terrorism and the Mass Media – Jessica White, RUSI:

Rise O Muwahhid, Wherever You May Be: An Analysis of the Democratization of the Terrorist Threat in the West – Reinier Bergema and Olivia Kearney, ICCT:

Wednesday May 13;

When Measuring ISIS’s “Resurgence”, Use the Right Standard – Sam Heller, ICG:

Women Too: Explaining Gender Ideologies of Ethnopolitical Organizations – Victor Asal, Nazli Avdan, and Nourah Shuaibi, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

Iran and Hezbollah’s Pre-Operational Modus Operandi in the West – Ioan Pop and Mitchell D. Silber, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

Thursday May 14:

Green Without Borders: The Operational Benefits of Hezbollah’s Environmental NGO – Matthew Levitt and Samantha Stern, Washington Institute for Near East Policy:

Shifts in the visual media campaigns of AQAP and ISIS after high death and high publicity attacks – Carol Winkler, Kayla McMinimy, Kareem El-Damanhoury, and Monerah Almahmoud, Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression:

Silencing the Guns in Syria’s Idlib – ICG:

Friday May 15:

The Jihadi-Backed Salvation Government and Covid-19 in Northwest Syria – Aaron Y. Zelin, ISPI:

Doing Good while Killing: Why Some Insurgent Groups Provide Community Services – Victor Asal, Shawn Flanigan, and Ora Szekely, Terrorism and Political Violence: