Articles of the Week – 7/25-7/31

Saturday July 25:

Maoist Hybridity? A Comparative Analysis of the Links between Insurgent Strategic Practice and Tactical Hybridity in Contemporary Non-State Armed Groups – Edward Stoddard, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: https://bit.ly/39JSe6N

Monday July 27:

Contending with Turkey’s Islamic State Returnees – Nigar Göksel and Berkay Mandıracı, War on the Rocks: https://bit.ly/30gVbZG

Extremist Offender Management in Europe: Country Reports – ICSR: https://bit.ly/2D5ZpKN

“I Will Tell You a Story about Jihad”: ISIS’s Propaganda and Narrative Advertising – Anna Kruglova, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: https://bit.ly/3fhFNk3

Tuesday July 28:

Insurgency and international extraversion in Somalia: the National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA) and Al-Shabaab’s Amniyat – Mohamed Haji Ingiriis, African Security Review: https://bit.ly/2Xh3y5r

Dogmatism or pragmatism? Violent extremism and gender in the central Sahel – Luca Raineri, International Alert: https://bit.ly/3fdHLBX

Boko Haram’s Expansionary Project in Northwestern Nigeria: Can Shekau Outflank Ansaru and Islamic State in West Africa Province? – Jacob Zenn, Terrorism Monitor: https://bit.ly/2XcyZxC

Wednesday July 29:

Is Religion a Barrier to Peace? Religious Influence on Violent Intrastate Conflict Termination – Mora Deitch, Terrorism and Political Violence: https://bit.ly/3jZZlwQ

ISIS in South Asia: Struggle for Survival Beyond ‘Khorasan’ July 29, 2020 – Shweta Desai and Amarnath Amarasingam, Center for Global Policy: https://bit.ly/3hYQcTr

Thursday July 30:

National Extraction, Geographical Origin and Migratory Ancestry among Jihadists in Spain – Carola García-Calvo, Fernando Reinares, and Álvaro Vicente, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: https://bit.ly/33b18Jq

Telegram’s anti-IS Campaign: Effectiveness, Perspectives, and Policy Suggestions – Meili Criezis, GNET: https://bit.ly/2BLytiK

Child is Father of the Man? Retribution or Reintegration of ISIS Youth in Mosul, Iraq – Vera Mironova and Sam Whitt: https://bit.ly/2XcWAyi

Former Extremist Interviews Current Extremist: Self-Disclosure and Emotional Engagement in Terrorism Studies – Mehmet Ümit Necef, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: https://bit.ly/3jXA5Ht

Friday July 31:

The End of the Sahelian Anomaly: How the Global Conflict between the Islamic State and al-Qa`ida Finally Came to West Africa – Héni Nsaibia and Caleb Weiss, CTC Sentinel: bit.ly/3jWQkof

The Threat from Europe’s Jihadi Prisoners and Prison Leavers – Robin Simcox and Hannah Stuart, CTC Sentinel: bit.ly/2EDyQwY