Best Articles of the Past Week – 6/12-6/18

Sunday June 13:
“Lashkar-i-Taiba: Roots, Logistics, Partnerships, and the Fallacy of Subservient Proxies” – Ryan Clarke, Terrorism and Political Violence, Volume 22 Issue 3, July 2010, 395-418:
Monday June 14:
“Jihad Is Not the Medicine for Every Disease” – Mark Stout, On War and Words:
AfPak Behind the Lines: Taliban reconciliation” – Interview with Thomas Ruttig, The AfPak Channel:
Barack Obama face au spectre Al-Qaida” – Jean-Pierre Filiu, Le Monde:
Tuesday June 15:
“Catherine Zara Raymond — Al Muhajiroun and Islam4UK- The group behind the ban” – Catherine Zara Raymond, The International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence, May 2010:
Wednesday June 16:
“Afghanistan: Graveyard of Assumptions?” – Andrew Exum, Abu Muqawama Blog:
Thursday June 17:
“World Cup Fatwa” – Mathilde Aarseth, Jihadica:
“Coddling Pakistan’s Islamists” – Rania Abouzeid, The AfPak Channel:
“The Hollow Arab Core” – Marc Lynch, The Middle East Channel:
“Terrorists Versus Soccer” – Adam Serwer, The American Prospect:
“English Translation of Abū Walīd’s Response to Charles Cameron” – al-Maktabah Blog:
“The Legal War on Terror for the week of 6/11-6/17” – Andrew Lebovich, Foreign Policy:
“Pak intelligence pulls Taliban strings: New report gives an inside view of our ally’s double game” – Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, The Washington Times:
Friday June 18:
“Could the Taliban Take Over Pakistan’s Punjab Province?” – Ahmad Majidyar, The American Enterprise Institute: