In this episode Aaron talks to Jacob Zenn about the group commonly referred to as Boko Haram. They covered a variety of topics including:
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In this emergency podcast Aaron talks to J.M. Berger about the confirmed death of Mullah Omar. They covered a variety of topics related to his death and what it could mean for the broader Islamic State - Al Qaeda war. We also have a new #SocialMedia segment, covering postings from July 22-28. Links:
This episode features part 2 of Aaron’s conversation with Don Rassler. If you haven’t heard part 1 you can find it here. This two part series is based on Don’s article, “Situating the Emergence of the Islamic State of Khorasan,” in the CTC Sentinel. This episode covers a variety of topics related to the Islamic State in the AfPak region, including:
This episode features part one of an interview with Don Rassler based on his article “Situating the Emergence of the Islamic State of Khorasan,” for the CTC Sentinel. This part of the conversation covers the development of the Islamic State’s presence in the AfPak region, as well as relevant groups and individuals in the region.
This episode also covers jihadi primary source material released from June 25th-July 17th.
This episode of the Jihadology Podcast features an interview with Erin Saltman on the report she co-authored with Melanie Smith, “‘Till Martyrdom Do Us Part’: Gender and the ISIS Phenomenon” (PDF). The conversation covered a variety of topics related to female participation in jihadism including:
This episode features a discussion of jihadi primary sources from June, an interview with Nelly Lahoud, and a new segment: #SocialMedia. This episode covers jihadi primary source releases related to:
Charles Lister comes on the show to discuss a wide range of topics related to the current situation in Syria:
I am very pleased to announce a new feature on Lawfare and a new feature as well among our staple of podcasts. Some readers probably already follow the excellent Jihadology site, which collects primary source statements, writings, and videos from major jihadi groups. For the many readers who do not yet do so, however, are pleased to bring Jihadology to Lawfare.
Welcome to an emergency Jihadology Podcast about the fluid situation amongst Caucasus jihadis in Syria and back at home.
Welcome to the first episode of the Jihadolgy podcast!
The first part of this episode covers primary sources released between May 10th - June 1st: