Combatting Terrorism Center at West Point

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The Combating Terrorism Center at West Point educates, advises, and conducts research to equip present and future leaders with the intellectual tools necessary to understand the challenges of terrorism and counterterrorism. As an institution, the Center embraces the unique responsibility to prepare cadets and other counterterrorism practitioners to think critically about the challenges they will face during war and peace.
Research Reports in JSTOR from Combatting Terrorism Center at West Point
55 Research Reports in JSTOR Date
Abu Hamzah al-Muhajir’s 15-Day Strategy 2006
Al-Qa’ida Secedes From Iraq:: Implications for Bleedout and U.S. Policy 2006
Al-qa'ida's Foreign Fighters in Iraq: A First Look at the Sinjar Records 2007
Al-Qaida's (mis)adventures in the Horn of Africa 2007
Al-Qa’ida’s Spymaster Analyzes the U.S. Intelligence Community 2006
Ansar al-Sunnah Threatens Al-Qa’ida in Iraq 2007
The ‘Arab Spring’:: Investing in Durable Peace 2011
Beware of Imitators: al-Qa`ida through the lens of its Confidential Secretary 2012
Bioterrorism Symposium: The Methods and Impact of Developing a Resilient Public 2006
Bioterrorism Symposium: The technical enablers and challenges of biological terrorism 2005
Bombers, Bank Accounts, & Bleedout: Al-qa'ida's Road in and Out of Iraq 2006
The Caliphate’s Global Workforce:: An Inside Look at the Islamic State’s Foreign Fighter Paper Trail 2016
Challengers from the Sidelines: Understanding America’s Violent Far-Right 2012
Communication Breakdown:: Unraveling the Islamic State’s Media Efforts 2016
CRACKS IN THE FOUNDATION:: LEADERSHIP SCHISMS IN AL-QA’IDA FROM 1989-2006 2007
Crime and Insurgency: in the Tribal Areas of Afghanistan and Pakistan 2010
Deadly Vanguards:: A Study of al-Qa’ida’s Violence Against Muslims 2009
Dysfunction and Decline:: Lessons Learned From Inside Al-Qa`ida in Iraq 2009
Edges of Radicalization:: Individuals, Networks and Ideas in Violent Extremism 2012
Exploding Stereotypes:: The Unexpected Operational and Demographic Characteristics of Boko Haram’s Suicide Bombers 2017
The Failure of Jihad in Saudi Arabia 2010
The Fight Goes On:: The Islamic State’s Continuing Military Efforts in Liberated Cities 2017
The Fighters of Lashkar-e-Taiba:: Recruitment, Training, Deployment and Death 2013
From Cradle to Grave:: The Lifecycle of Foreign Fighters in Iraq and Syria 2016
The Group That Calls Itself a State:: Understanding the Evolution and Challenges of the Islamic State 2014
The GSPC:: Newest Franchise in al-Qa’ida’s Global Jihad 2007
Haqqani Network Financing:: The Evolution of an Industry 2012
The Haqqani Nexus and the Evolution of al–Qa’ida 2011
Harmony and Disharmony: Exploiting al-Qa’ida’s Organizational Vulnerabilities 2006
Held Hostage:: Analyses of Kidnapping Across Time and Among Jihadist Organizations 2015
Iranian Strategy in Iraq: Politics and “Other Means” 2008
Islamic Groups’ Social Service Provision and Attitudinal Change in Egypt 2015
The Islamic Imagery Project:: Visual Motifs in Jihadi Internet Propaganda 2006
Jihadi Discourse in the Wake of the Arab Spring 2013
The Late Sheikh Abdullah Azzam’s Books: Part III: Radical Theories on Defending Muslim Land through Jihad 2008
The Late Sheikh Abdullah Azzam’s Books: Part 2: Remedy for Muslim Victimization 2008
The Late Sheikh Abdullah Azzam’s Books: Part I: Strategic Leverage of the Soviet-Afghan War to Undertake Perpetual Jihad 2008
Letters from Abbottabad:: Bin Ladin Sidelined? 2012
Managing a Transnational Insurgency:: The Islamic State of Iraq's “Paper Trail,” 2005-2010 2014
Militant Ideology Atlas: Research Compendium 2006
Paradigmatic Jihadi Movements 2006
Policy Considerations in Combating Terrorism:: Decision-Making Under Conditions of Risk and Uncertainty 2012
The Power of Truth:: Questions for Ayman Al-Zawahiri 2008
RADICAL ISLAMIC IDEOLOGY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA 2009
The Rationale of Political Assassinations 2015
Remotely Piloted Innovation:: Terrorism, Drones and Supportive Technology 2016
Risky Business:: The Global Threat Network and the Politics of Contraband 2014
SELF-INFLICTED WOUNDS:: DEBATES AND DIVISIONS WITHIN AL-QA’IDA AND ITS PERIPHERY 2010
Sheikh Abdel–Fatah Al–Khalidi Revitalizes Sayid Qutb: Inside the Adversary’s Anti–American Ideology from the Cold War to Operation Iraqi Freedom 2008
Shiism and Sectarian Conflict in Pakistan: Identity Politics, Iranian Influence, and Tit-for-Tat Violence 2010
Stealing Al-Qa’ida’s Playbook 2006
Success, Lethality, and Cell Structure Across the Dimensions of Al Qaeda 2011
Targeted Terror:: The Suicide Bombers of al-Shabaab 2018
Trends in Egyptian Salafi Activism 2007
Usama bin Ladin’s “Father Sheikh”:: Yunus Khalis and the Return of al-Qa`ida’s Leadership to Afghanistan 2013