Articles of the Week – 10/10-10/16

Sunday October 11:

The Caliph of Lisson Green – Tam Hussein, Newlines Magazine: https://bit.ly/2T00Ajb

Monday October 12:

‘Does peacekeeping deter terrorism?’ – Anna Kruglova, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict: https://bit.ly/3iYLDbK

Autism spectrum disorders and terrorism: how different features of autism can contextualise vulnerability and resilience – Zainab Al-Attar, The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology: https://bit.ly/3550dJN

Wednesday October 14:

What Do We Learn About the CMA and JNIM from the Negotiations over Soumaïla Cissé? Part Two – JNIM – Alex Thurston, Sahel Blog: https://bit.ly/2T2B0u1

Fear without Prejudice in the Shadow of Jihadist Threat – Marco Giani, Comparative Political Studies: https://bit.ly/3lQJpNs

Thursday October 15:

Desert Drift, Declining Deadliness: Understanding the Evolution of AQIM’s Suicide Bombings – Jason Warner, Ellen Chapin, Caleb Weiss, Combating Terrorism Center: https://bit.ly/2T1NMZy

Articles of the Week – 9/26-10/9

Sunday September 27:

Community Violence and Support for Violent Extremism: Evidence From the Sahel – Steven E. Finkel, John F. McCauley, Michael Neureiter, and Chris A. Belasco, Political Psychology: https://bit.ly/2GFWZV0

Tuesday September 29:

Dollars for Daesh Analyzing the Finances of American ISIS Supporters – Lorenzo Vidino, Jon Lewis, and Andrew Mines, Program on Extremism: https://bit.ly/3dffaN9

Thursday October 1:

Counterterrorism Policy in an Uncertain World – Livio Di Lonardo and Tiberiu Dragu, The Journal of Politics: bit.ly/3jmoK2P

Peace in the name of Allah: Egypt’s quest to attain Islamic legitimacy for its treaty with Israel – Ofir Winter, Middle Eastern Studies: https://bit.ly/34HYnhM

Sunday October 4:

How Iraq’s Top ISIS Scholar Became a Target for Shiite Militias – Hassan Hassan, Newlines Magazine: https://bit.ly/36RfArM

Monday October 5:

The Islamic Movement in Britain – Damon L. Perry, ICSR: https://bit.ly/3jKQWfX

Tuesday October 6:

Sahelistan? Military Intervention and Patronage Politics in Afghanistan and Mali – Romain Malejacq and Adam Sandor, Civil Wars: https://bit.ly/36U4fYd

Thursday October 8:

The Secret to the Northern Mozambique Insurgency’s Success – Emilia Columbo, War on the Rocks: https://bit.ly/3ltzT2z

Friday October 9:

Lessons for 2020 from the Islamic State Online Fanclub – Elizabeth Pearson and Chantelle Davies, GNET: https://bit.ly/3iInIx5

Articles of the Week – 9/12-9/25

Monday September 14:

Weeping in Modern Jihadi Groups – Thomas Hegghammer, Journal of Islamic Studies: https://bit.ly/2ExHoFU

Repatriating ISIS Family Members: A North Macedonia Model? – Eric Rosand, Heidi Ellis and Stevan Weine, Just Security: https://bit.ly/33Y5hz7

Psychology of Transnational Terrorism and Extreme Political Conflict – Scott Atran, Annual Review of Psychology: https://bit.ly/33YPrnN

An Insider Perspective: What the Internet Means to UK Jihadists – Elizabeth Pearson, GNET: https://bit.ly/3mTDb0w

Competitive Governance and Displacement Decisions Under Rebel Rule: Evidence from the Islamic State in Iraq – Mara Redlich Revkin, Journal of Conflict Resolution: https://bit.ly/306UO3p

Tuesday September 15:

Understanding youth radicalisation: an analysis of Australian data – Adrian Cherney, Emma Belton, Siti Amirah Binte Norham, and Jack Milts, Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression: https://bit.ly/3kOx0sK

Striving for Hegemony: The HTS Crackdown on al-Qaida and Friends in Northwest Syria – Al-Muraqib, Jihadica: https://bit.ly/3mRdCgK

Competition for Religious Authority and Islamist Mobilization in Indonesia – Alexandre Pelletier, Comparative Politics: bit.ly/3klvXAr

Wednesday September 16:

Competition for Religious Authority and Islamist Mobilization in Indonesia – Alexandre Pelletier, Comparative Politics: bit.ly/3klvXAr

Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh: analysis of organizational design and activities – Md. Nurul Momen, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict: https://bit.ly/332AamT

Thursday September 17:

Stepping Out from the Shadows: The Interrogation of the Islamic State’s Future Caliph – Daniel Milton and Muhammad al-`Ubaydi, CTC Sentinel: bit.ly/3hFNsti

The Crisis Within Jihadism: The Islamic State’s Puritanism vs. al-Qa`ida’s Populism – Mohammed Hafez, CTC Sentinel: bit.ly/3kqzNbr

A Look into the Islamic State’s New Leadership – Hassan Hassan, Center for Global Policy: https://bit.ly/33SmB8w

Drivers of violent extremism in higher education institutions of Pakistan – Zahid Shahab Ahmed and Qamar Abbas Jafri, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict: https://bit.ly/3mSjZ3u

Social media and radicalisation of university students in Bangladesh – Sajid Amit, Imran Rahman’s and Sadiat Mannan, Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism: https://bit.ly/33Y6CG9

Friday September 18:

Gender in Countering Violent Extremism Program Design, Implementation and Evaluation: Beyond Instrumentalism – Jessica White, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: https://bit.ly/308tDFr

Saturday September 19:

The ideological construction of Western ISIS-associated females – Conrad Nyamutata, Journal of Language and Politics: bit.ly/32HXRAH

Systematic Review of Mental Health Problems and Violent Extremism – Paul Gill, Caitlin Clemmow, Florian Hetzel, Bettina Rottweiler, Nadine Salman, Isabelle Van Der Vegt, Zoe Marchment, Sandy Schumann, Sanaz Zolghadriha, Norah Schulten, Helen Taylor, and Emily Corner, The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology: https://bit.ly/2Hwlp3o

Tuesday September 22:

Libya: The Limits of Reconciliation: Assessing the Revisions of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) – Mary Fitzgerald and Emadeddin Badi, Institute for Integrated Transitions: https://bit.ly/366ji0h

Diaries of Female Jihadists Imprisoned in Al-Hol Camp: An Analysis – Brune Descamps, GNET: https://bit.ly/3j9JevW

al-Shabaab’s Improvised Explosive Device Supply Chain Gambit in Somalia – Peter Kirechu, War On The Rocks: https://bit.ly/33ZT3Gb

More Bucks, Still No Bangs? Why a Cost-Benefit Analysis of Cyberterrorism Still Holds True – Giampiero Giacomello, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: https://bit.ly/3j27hNe

Is Extreme in the Eye of the Beholder? An Experimental Assessment of Extremist Cognitions – Neil Shortland, Elias Nader, Lisa Thompson, and Marek Palasinski, Journal of Interpersonal Violence: https://bit.ly/2G695WW

Wednesday September 23:

Impact of Perceived Peer Attitudes and Social Network Diversity on Violent Extremist Intentions – Wojciech Kaczkowski, K. M. Swartout, L. Branum-Martin, J. G. Horgan, and A. F. Lemieux, Terrorism and Political Violence: https://bit.ly/3mSJphi

Jihadi Reactions to the U.S.-Taliban Deal and Afghan Peace Talks – Cole Bunzel, Jihadica: https://bit.ly/3i1gMe7

Thursday September 24:

The Terrorist Lists: An Examination of the U.S. Government’s Counterterrorism Designations Efforts – Seth Loertscher, Daniel Milton, Bryan Price, and Cynthia Loertscher, Combating Terrorism Center: https://bit.ly/3cxMn6g

Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghrib’s Expansion in the Sahara: New Insights from Primary Sources – Vidar B. Skretting, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: https://bit.ly/2FTr7Mm

Friday September 25:

Entertainment-Education Versus Extremism: Examining Parasocial Interaction among Arab Viewers of Anti-ISIS TV Drama – Kareem El Damanhoury, Journal for Deradicalization: bit.ly/3j30K4X

Law and Moral Regulation in Modern Egypt: Ḥisba from Tradition to Modernity – Ahmed Ezzat, International Journal of Middle East Studies: https://bit.ly/2SJNpmc

Articles of the Week – 9/5-9/11

Sunday September 6:

Details on the IS Virtual Planner Attack in Akouda – Aaron Y. Zelin, Tunisian Jihadism: https://bit.ly/3hq8mfT

Monday September 7:

Measuring Terrorism – Thomas Hegghammer and Neil Ketchley, SocArXiv: https://bit.ly/3mbCeAu

Tuesday September 8:

Indian States, Deradicalisation and Online Platforms – Kabir Taneja, GNET: https://bit.ly/3ikfR9y

Al Qaeda’s Generational Change – Katherine Zimmerman, Newsweek: https://bit.ly/3bO7GzP

Wednesday September 9:

Living Long Enough To See Yourself Become The Villain: The Case of Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi – Aaron Y. Zelin, Jihadica: https://bit.ly/3k6PZhP

Risks, radicalisation and rehabilitation: imprisonment of incarcerated terrorists – Amber Hart, Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism: https://bit.ly/3hf5jHy

Thursday September 10:

Developing an Extremist Construct Schema and Measuring Ideological Engagement – Phillip Conrad De Bruyn, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: https://bit.ly/2RdQo5O

Friday September 11:

The grievance-identity relationship: understanding the role of identity processes and stigmatisation on Muslims’ perceptions of terrorist grievances – H Williamson, K Murphy, and E Sargeant, Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism: https://bit.ly/33lUOx4

Defying Rules. Defying Gender?: Women’s Resistance to Islamic State – Gina Vale, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: https://bit.ly/2FiCVqU

Articles of the Week – 8/29-9/4

Sunday August 30:

Sectarianism in the service of Salafism: Shiites as a political tool for Jordanian Salafis – Joas Wagemakers, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies: https://bit.ly/3jN1ScJ

Monday August 31:

Failure to Launch: The Islamic State’s Misadventures in Malaysia – Munira Mustaffa, The ISIS Reader: bit.ly/32KaWIF

ISIS Resurgence in Al Hawl Camp and Human Smuggling Enterprises in Syria: Crime and Terror Convergence? – Christian Vianna de Azevedo, Perspectives on Terrorism: bit.ly/3lGVLIX

Why has al-Qaeda gone quiet in Syria? – Mina al-Lami, BBC Monitoring: https://bit.ly/3ibI6XO

How the Coronavirus Is Affecting American Jihadist Travelers – Andrew Mines, Lawfare: https://bit.ly/2ERAHyO

Inside the Foreign Fighter Pipeline to Syria: A Case Study of a Portuguese Islamic State Network – Nuno Tiago Pinto, CTC Sentinel: https://bit.ly/3hZlcCZ

The Islamic State’s Strategic Trajectory in Africa: Key Takeaways from its Attack Claims – Tomasz Rolbiecki, Pieter Van Ostaeyen, and Charlie Winter, CTC Sentinel: bit.ly/31KkZy8

Wednesday September 2:

Decoding Hate: Using Experimental Text Analysis to Classify Terrorist Content – Abdullah Alrhmoun, Shiraz Maher, and Charlie Winter, GNET: https://bit.ly/3lNUVKh

Who Is the New Leader of Islamic State-Khorasan Province? – Abdul Sayed, Lawfare: https://bit.ly/2QT1FrU

Does Deradicalization Work? – John Horgan, Katharina Meredith, and Katerina Papatheodorou, Radicalization and Counter-Radicalization: https://bit.ly/3jP6VJw

Pressure to prove: Muslim converts’ activism and radicalism mediated by religious struggle and punishing Allah reappraisal – Ari D. Fodeman, Daniel W. Snook, and John G. Horgan, Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression: https://bit.ly/3jH6u3W

Thursday September 3:

Rebel Governance at the Time of Covid-19: Emergencies as Opportunities for Rebel Rulers – Marta Furlan, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: https://bit.ly/2EYt1dZ

Who Said We Were Terrorists? Issues with Terrorism Data and Inclusion Criteria – Wesley S. McCann, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: https://bit.ly/3i0V5LY

Friday September 4:

Can Communal Violence Fuel an ISIS Threat in India? An Analysis of ‘Voice of Hind’ – Prithvi Iyer and Maya Mirchandani, Observer Research Foundation: bit.ly/358w4Lg

Articles of the Week – 8/22-8/28

Monday August 24:

Online Extremist Funding Campaigns: COVID-19 and Beyond – Chelsea Daymon, GNET: https://bit.ly/2Qyo3H4

In Light of the Kafolo Attack: The Jihadi Militant Threat in the Burkina Faso and Ivory Coast Borderlands – Héni Nsaibia, ACLED: https://bit.ly/3hy9PSm

Tuesday August 25:

Talking Stagnation: Thematic Analysis of Terrorism Experts’ Perception of the Health of Terrorism Research – John F. Morrison, Terrorism and Political Violence: https://bit.ly/2QyZ8mU

Women who volunteer: a relative autonomy perspective in Al-Shabaab female recruitment in Kenya – Fathima Azmiya Badurdeen, Critical Studies on Terrorism: bit.ly/34B7jqH

Wednesday August 26:

A Theseus Paradox: Interrogating the Shift in Islamism in Indian-administered Kashmir – Iymon Majid, Politics, Religion & Ideology: https://bit.ly/3joNmHX

Cryptocurrency and the Dismantling of Terrorism Financing Campaigns – Andrew Mines and Devorah Margolin, Lawfare: https://bit.ly/2EqvkX9

The Sahel crisis since 2012 – Clionadh Raleigh, Héni Nsaibia, and Caitriona Dowd, African Affairs: https://bit.ly/34FyZL9

Friday August 28:

The ontological threat of foreign fighters – Raphaël Leduc, European Journal of International Relations: https://bit.ly/2QR6jXw

Violent Jihadist Ideology in South Asia: Socio-Political Implications – Asheque Haque, Swedish South Asian Studies Network: https://bit.ly/2EOPYQV

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: bit.ly/3kNZ8x6

On Origins: Arab Intellectuals’ Debates on the Ideational Sources of ISIS – Sami E. Baroudi, The Middle East Journal: bit.ly/31VBlT7

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: https://bit.ly/31iZMuN

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: https://bit.ly/2Yo1lps

Tuesday August 18:

The Looming Influx of Foreign Fighters in Sub-Saharan Africa – Austin C. Doctor, War on the Rocks: https://bit.ly/32g6AZc

Wednesday August 19:

What Foreign Islamic State Women Think About Guilt and Responsibility – Vera Mironova, Lawfare: https://bit.ly/34kdlMv

Strengthening and Expanding: ISIS’ Central Syria Campaign – Gregory Waters, Center for Global Policy: https://bit.ly/2EkY03p

Thursday August 20:

Deradicalisation in Singapore: Past, Present and Future – Shashi Jayakumar, ICSR: https://bit.ly/32eD2eM

Editing for the Caliphate: Assessing Islamic State’s Editing Process and Equipment – Carsten Beyer, GNET: https://bit.ly/2Yp00yB

Behavior Associations in Lone-Actor Terrorists – Ayca Altay, Melike Baykal-Gürsoy, and Pernille Hemmer, Terrorism and Political Violence: https://bit.ly/2YklVqQ

Friday August 21:

Indian Muslims and jihadist failures: Past and future – Mohammed Sinan Siyech, Observer Research Foundation: https://bit.ly/2FBp8vp

Articles of the Week – 8/8-8/14

Tuesday August 11:

ISIS Thrives in Iraq’s ‘Money and Death’ Triangle – Husham Al-Hashimi, Center for Global Policy: https://bit.ly/3gXKRM1

Wednesday August 12:

Counter‐narratives for the prevention of violent radicalisation: A systematic review of targeted interventions – Sarah L. Carthy, Colm B. Doody, Katie Cox, Denis O’Hora, and Kiran M. Sarma, Campbell Systematic Reviews: https://bit.ly/2PUuVy1

Thursday August 13:

Gender and Public Perceptions of Accountability for Insurgent Violence: The Case of ISIS Women in Iraq – Vera Mironova and Sam Whitt: https://bit.ly/3gZxoDj

Community reporting on violent extremism by “intimates”: emergent findings from international evidence – Paul Thomas, Michele Grossman, Kris Christmann, and Shamim Miah, Critical Studies on Terrorism: https://bit.ly/2DSmRLV

Friday August 14:

Building social cohesion between Christians and Muslims through soccer in post-ISIS Iraq – Salma Mousa, Science: https://bit.ly/31SuKsH

The Nexus Between Crime and Violent Extremism in Kenya: A Case Study of Two Prison Complexes – Gayatri Sahgal and Martine Zeuthen, The RUSI Journal: https://bit.ly/3kGqSnr

The River that Runs through Mosul – Craig Whiteside, The ISIS Reader: bit.ly/30TFx6M

Articles of the Week – 8/1-8/7

Saturday August 1:

Truth and lies in the Caliphate: The use of deception in Islamic State propaganda – Daniel Milton, Media, War & Conflict: https://bit.ly/2PzlkN6

Monday August 3:

Terrorism and the Varieties of Civil Liberties – Michael A Rubin and Richard K Morgan, Journal of Global Security Studies: bit.ly/3kr4wpB

Tuesday August 4:

A Qualitative Analysis of Drivers among Military-Affiliated and Civilian Lone Actor Terrorists Inspired by Jihadism – Alexa Katon, Christine Shahan Brugh, Sarah L. Desmarais, Joseph Simons-Rudolph, and Samantha A. Zottola, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: https://bit.ly/3ik5xhy

ISIS’s New Leadership: Past Lessons in a New Strategic Environment August 4, 2020 – Husham Al-Hashimi, Center for Global Policy: https://bit.ly/2C6ObFk

Wednesday August 5:

How radicalizing agents mobilize minors to jihadism: a qualitative study in Spain – Álvaro Vicente, Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression: https://bit.ly/31orWmY

The terrorist and the mercenary: Private warriors against Nigeria’s Boko Haram – Antonino Adamo, African Studies: https://bit.ly/3infVVP

Re-thinking Religion and Empire: Non-State Organizations from the Knights Hospitallers to ISIS – Dominic Alessio and Lucas Villegas-Aristizábal, Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies: https://bit.ly/2PzQl3i

Exploring youth radicalisation through the framework of developmental crime prevention: a case study of Ahmad Numan Haider – Adrian Cherney, Current Issues in Criminal Justice: https://bit.ly/3a55OSn

Thursday August 6:

The Problem of Apocalyptic Terrorism – Justin J. Meggitt, Journal of Religion and Violence: https://bit.ly/30z9uJ9

The Allure of Jihad: the de-territorialization of the war in the North Caucasus – Vassily A. Klimentov and Grazvydas Jasutis, Caucasus Survey: https://bit.ly/31shdId

Friday August 7:

Chronicling the Boko Haram Decade in Nigeria (2010-2020): distinguishing factions through videographic analysis – Jacob Zenn, Small Wars & Insurgencies: https://bit.ly/3ik4mi1

The language of terror: exploring speech acts in official English-language ISIS videos, 2014-2017 – Yuanbo Qi, Small Wars & Insurgencies: https://bit.ly/3iH5MDm

Jihadi governance and traditional authority structures: al-Shabaab and Clan Elders in Southern Somalia, 2008-2012 – Michael Weddegjerde Skjelderup, Small Wars & Insurgencies: https://bit.ly/3gX9Vmj

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

Choosing to Fight, Choosing to Die: Examining How ISIS Foreign Fighters Select Their Operational Roles – Tyler Evans, Daniel J Milton, and Joseph K Young, International Studies Review: https://bit.ly/2DGksDB

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