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  • Lassoing the Haboob: Countering Jama'at Nasr al-Islam wal Muslimin in Mali

    To develop solutions to Mali’s terrorist crisis, it is first vital to understand its history and explain how a country that was once held up as an exemplar of democratic success in Africa could collapse with such rapidity. Additionally, the same factors that led to Mali’s current disaster precipitated the creation of the extremist group Jama'at Nasr al-Islam wal Muslimin (JNIM). Therefore, it is similarly important to characterize and understand the group’s history, organization, methods, and narrative. Only once armed with that understanding can one begin to develop possible strategies for countering JNIM and ameliorating Mali’s troubled situation.
  • The Use of Helicopters against Guerrillas: The Israeli Model

    This article examines the Israeli Air Force’s (IAF) use of helicopters in the war against terrorism to demonstrate the specificity of the IAF’s use of attack helicopters as compared with other armies fighting terror in the world today.
  • Volume 02 Issue 03, Fall 2020

    Volume 02 Issue 03, Fall 2020
  • Musical Criminology: A Comparative Analysis of Jihadist Nasheeds and Narco Corridos

    This study examines and comparatively analyzes the two musical genres in the context of terrorism and narco-terrorism, and how these musical traditions affect their respective followers, admirers, and devotees. The analysis also highlights how these musical genres popularize crime and violence, and desensitize audiences to the extreme brutality praised and glorified in their songs.
  • Volume 02 Issue 02, Summer 2020

    Volume 02 Issue 02, Summer 2020
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