Articles of the Week – 8/15-8/21

Saturday August 15:

“They Were Going Together with the Ikhwan”: The Influence of Muslim Brotherhood Thinkers on Shi’i Islamists during the Cold War – Siarhei Bohdan, The Middle East Journal:

On Origins: Arab Intellectuals’ Debates on the Ideational Sources of ISIS – Sami E. Baroudi, The Middle East Journal:

Monday August 17:

Collective Action, Foreign Fighting, and the Global Struggle for the Islamic State – Peter J. Schraeder and Michael J. Schumacher, Democracy and Security:

Assessing the Impact of the Boston CVE Pilot Program: A Developmental Evaluation Approach – Elena Savoia, Megan McBride, Jessica Stern, Max Su, Nigel Harriman, Ajmal Aziz and Richard Legault, Homeland Security Affairs:

Tuesday August 18:

The Looming Influx of Foreign Fighters in Sub-Saharan Africa – Austin C. Doctor, War on the Rocks:

Wednesday August 19:

What Foreign Islamic State Women Think About Guilt and Responsibility – Vera Mironova, Lawfare:

Strengthening and Expanding: ISIS’ Central Syria Campaign – Gregory Waters, Center for Global Policy:

Thursday August 20:

Deradicalisation in Singapore: Past, Present and Future – Shashi Jayakumar, ICSR:

Editing for the Caliphate: Assessing Islamic State’s Editing Process and Equipment – Carsten Beyer, GNET:

Behavior Associations in Lone-Actor Terrorists – Ayca Altay, Melike Baykal-Gürsoy, and Pernille Hemmer, Terrorism and Political Violence:

Friday August 21:

Indian Muslims and jihadist failures: Past and future – Mohammed Sinan Siyech, Observer Research Foundation: