Jihadology presents Academic Journal Articles of 2010

NOTE: Friday I posted my list of Books of 2010, which you can see here. Tomorrow I will post a list of think tank reports/articles of 2010. Below is a list of academic journal articles that I have either read or am interested in reading that were published in the past year. They are in alphabetical order by authors first name. If you have any other suggestions to the below articles that deal with global jihadism or Islamic studies, please feel free to let me know in the comments section. If you are not at an institution where you can retrieve one of these articles since they are behind pay walls, email me and I can send you a copy of the article(s).

Adam Klein — The End of Al Qaeda? Rethinking the Legal End of the War on Terror
Andrew F. March — Taking People As They Are- Islam As a “Realistic Utopia” in the Political Theory of Sayyid Qutb
Anja Dalgaard-Nielsen — Violent Radicalization in Europe- What We Know and What We Do Not Know
Degang Sun — China and the Global Jihad Network
Gillian S. Oak — Jemaah Islamiyah’s Fifth Phase- The Many Faces of a Terrorist Group
Heather S. Gregg — Fighting the Jihad of the Pen- Countering Revolutionary Islam’s Ideology
John Turner — From Cottage Industry to International Organization- The Evolution of Salafi-Jihadism and the Emergence of the al Qaeda Ideology
Lorenzo Vidino, Raffaello Pantucci, & Evan Kohlmann — Bringing Global Jihad to the Horn of Africa- al Shabaab, Western Fighters, and the Sacralization of the Somali Conflict
Marc Lynch — Islam Divided Between Salafi-jihad and the Ikhwan
Michael Kenney — “Dumb” Yet Deadly- local Knowledge and Poor Tradecraft Among Islamist Militants in Britain and Spain
Ramon Spaaij — The Enigma of Lone Wolf Terrorism- An Assessment
Rohan Gunaratna & Aviv Oreg — Al Qaeda’s Organizational Structure and its Evolution
Ryan Clarke — Lashkar-i-Taiba- Roots, Logistics, Parternships, and the Fallacy of Subservient Proxies
Simon Cottee — Mind Slaughter- The Neutralizations of Jihadi Salafism
Simon Haddad — Fatah al-Islam in Lebanon- Anatomy of a Terrorist Organization