Jihadology presents Think Tank/NGO/Policy/Gov Reports and Articles of 2010, Part III

NOTE: Previous posts in end of the years series:

Tomorrow I will post part IV of this list. Below is a list of Think Tank/NGO/Policy/Gov reports and articles that I have either read or am interested in reading that were published in the past year. If you have any other suggestions to the below reports and articles that deal with global jihadism or Islamic studies, please feel free to let me know in the comments section.

Leah Farrall — Evolution of AQ’s Command
Local jihadist networks in the Netherlands An evolving threat
Lorenzo Vidino — Countering Radicalization in America- Lessons from Europe
Malcolm Nance — The Strait of Hormuz- al-Qaeda’s Newest Jihad Zone?

Michael Taarnby & Lars Hallundbaek — Al-Shabaab The Internationalization of Militant Islamism in Somalia and the Implications for Radicalisation Processes in Europe
Mohammed Ali Musawi — Cheering for Osama- How jihadists use internet discussion forums

Muslim Networks and Movements in Western Europe
Noman Benotman — Letter to bin Laden
Northern Nigeria – Background to Conflict

Olivier Walther & Denis Retille — Sahara or Sahel? The fuzzy geography of terrorism in West Africa

Paul Cruickshank — The Militant Pipeline Between the Afghanistan-Pakistan Border Region and the West

Peter Bergen & Bruce Hoffman — Assessing the Terrorist Threat 2010
Prisons and Terrorism Radicalisation and De-radicalisation in 15 Countries

Rebecca Winthrop and Corinne Graff — Beyond Madrasas- Assessing the Links Between Education and Militancy in Pakistan
Self-Inflicted Wounds Debates and Divisions within al-Qa’ida and its Periphery