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Journal of Terrorism Research, Volume 5, Issue 1

Special Edition - Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in Sub-Saharan Africa

Table of Contents


Introduction: Terrorism and Counter-terrorism in Sub-Saharan Africa PDF HTML
Joel Busher


Sub Saharan African Terrorist Groups’ use of the Internet PDF HTML
Stewart Bertram, Keith Ellison
Terrorism without Borders: Somalia’s Al-Shabaab and the global jihad network PDF HTML
Daniel E Agbiboa
Tracing Al Shabaab’s Decision to Cooperate with Al Qaeda in Somalia (2008) PDF HTML
Adlini Ilma Ghaisany Sjah
Women, Gender and the evolving tactics of Boko Haram PDF HTML
Jacob Zenn, Elizabeth Pearson
‘Soldiers of God or Allah’: Religious Politicization and the Boko Haram Crisis in Nigeria PDF HTML
Benjamin Maiangwa
The Politics of Amnesty in Nigeria: A Comparative Analysis of the Boko Haram and Niger Delta Insurgencies PDF HTML
Michael Nwankpa

Opinion Pieces

Who Is to Teach “These Guys” to “Shoot Less?” PDF HTML
Kacper Rekawek
Assessing Boko Haram: A conversation PDF HTML
Mark Amaliya, Michael Nwankpa

Complete Issue

JTR, Volume 5, Issue 1, Special Edition: Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in Sub-Saharan Africa PDF
JTR Various Authors

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In 2010 the Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence launched the on-line Journal of Terrorism Research. The aim of this Journal is to provide a space for academics and counter-terrorism professionals to publish work focused on the study of terrorism. Given the interdisciplinary nature of the study of terrorism, high-quality submissions from all academic and professional backgrounds are encouraged. Students are also warmly encouraged to submit work for publication.