Jihadology presents Academic Journal Articles of 2012, Part IV

For previous posts in this series see:

Robert Chesney  — Beyond the Battlefield, Beyond Al Qaeda- The Destabilizing Legal Architecture of Counterterrorism
Robert W. Hefner — Shari’a Politics and Indonesian Democracy
S. Paul Kapur and Sumit Ganguly — The Jihad Paradox- Pakistan and Islamist Militancy in South Asia
Samuel J. Rascoff — Establishing Official Islam? The Law and Strategy of Counter-Radicalization
Scott Matthew Kleinmann — Radicalization of Homegrown Sunni Militants in the United States- Comparing Converts and Non-Converts
Scott S. Reese — Salafi Transformations- Aden and the Changing Voices of Religious Reform in the Interwar Indian Ocean
Shandon Harris-Hogan — Anatomy of a terrorist cell- a study of the network uncovered in Sydney in 2005
Shandon Harris-Hogan — Australian Neo- Jihadist Terrorism- Mapping the Network and Cell Analysis Using Wiretap Evidence
Shanna A. Kirschner — Teaching the Middle East- Pedagogy in a Charged Classroom
Shlomo Shpiro — Israeli Intelligence and al-Qaeda
Sobhi Rayan — “Diversity” in Arab Society in Israel: The Islamic Movement as an Example
Stefano Bonino — Policing Strategies against Islamic Terrorism in the UK after 9/11- The Socio-Political Realities for British Muslims
Steve Kettell — Has Political Science Ignored Religion?
Steve L. Monroe — Salafis in parliament- Democratic Attitudes and party politics in the gulf
Tauseef Ahmad Parray — The Legal Methodology of “Fiqh al-Aqalliyyat” and its Critics: An Analytical Study
Thomas H. Johnson and Matthew C. DuPee — Analysing the new Taliban Code of Conduct (Layeha)- an assessment of changing perspectives and strategies of the Afghan Taliban
Thomas J. Barfield — Shari’a in Afghanistan
Tilde Rosmer — Resisting ‘Israelization’- The Islamic Movement in Israel and the Realization of Islamization, Palestinization and Arabization
Uriya Shavit — The Wasati and Salafi Approaches to the Religious Law of Muslim Minorities
Vanda Felbab-Brown and James J.F. Forest — Political Violence and the Illicit Economies of West Africa
Vernie Liebl — Al Qaida on the US invasion of Afghanistan in their own words