Studies in Conflict & Terrorism

(The TQCC of Studies in Conflict & Terrorism is 8. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
What Happened to Suicide Bombings in Israel? Insights from a Terror Stock Model80
Who Supports Terrorism? Evidence from Fourteen Muslim Countries77
End of the Lone Wolf: The Typology that Should Not Have Been60
Preventing Violent Extremism: A Review of the Literature59
An Analysis of Inspire and Dabiq: Lessons from AQAP and Islamic State's Propaganda War47
The Plots that Failed: Intelligence Lessons Learned from Unsuccessful Terrorist Attacks Against the United States40
Home Thoughts from Abroad: Diasporas and Peace-Building in Northern Ireland and Sri Lanka35
Promoting Exit from Violent Extremism: Themes and Approaches32
Technology Acquisition by Terrorist Groups: Threat Assessment Informed by Lessons from Private Sector Technology Adoption30
From Cubs to Lions: A Six Stage Model of Child Socialization into the Islamic State28
When Extremists Become Violent: Examining the Association Between Social Control, Social Learning, and Engagement in Violent Extremism27
Consenting to a Child's Decision to Join aJihad: Insights from a Survey of Militant Families in Pakistan27
The Almajiri Heritage and the Threat of Non-State Terrorism in Northern Nigeria--Lessons from Central Asia and Pakistan26
From spikes to bombs: The rise of eco‐terrorism25
From Words to Action: Exploring the Relationship between a Group's Value References and Its Likelihood of Engaging in Terrorism24
Troubling Masculinities: Changing Patterns of Violent Masculinities in a Society Emerging from Political Conflict23
Police and Community Cooperation in Counterterrorism: Evidence and Insights from Australia22
Jihadism in Western Europe After the Invasion of Iraq: Tracing Motivational Influences from the Iraq War on Jihadist Terrorism in Western Europe21
Creating the Ideology of Al Qaeda: From Hypocrites to Salafi-Jihadists21
Influence in Terrorist Networks: From Undirected to Directed Graphs20
Driving Factors behind Foreign Fighters in Syria and Iraq20
What Does the “Terrorist” Label Really Do? Measuring and Explaining the Effects of the “Terrorist” and “Islamist” Categories19
The Logic of Terrorist Target Choice: An Examination of Chechen Rebel Bombings from 1997–200318
Foreign Fighters and the Radicalization of LocalJihad:Interview Evidence from SwedishJihadists18
“From Terrorists to Peacekeepers”: The IRA's Disengagement and the Role of Community Networks18
Terrorist Group Rivalries and Alliances: Testing Competing Explanations17
Transitional Journeys Into and Out of Extremism. A Biographical Approach16
Jihadafter Iraq: Lessons from the Arab Afghans16
Exploring the “Demand Side” of Online Radicalization: Evidence from the Canadian Context16
Multi-track Microproliferation: Lessons from Aum Shinrikyo and Al Qaida16
The Cyberterrorism Threat: Findings from a Survey of Researchers16
Disrupting Daesh: Measuring Takedown of Online Terrorist Material and Its Impacts15
Evaluating Case-Managed Approaches to Counter Radicalization and Violent Extremism: An Example of the Proactive Integrated Support Model (PRISM) Intervention15
A Political Sociology Approach to the Diffusion of Conflict from Chechnya to Dagestan and Ingushetia15
Organizational [Dis]trust: Comparing Disengagement Among Former Left-Wing and Right-Wing Violent Extremists14
Reality Versus Perception: Toward Understanding Boko Haram in Nigeria14
Let's Play a Video Game: Jihadi Propaganda in the World of Electronic Entertainment14
A Guide to Interviewing Terrorists and Violent Extremists14
Defying Rules. Defying Gender?: Women’s Resistance to Islamic State14
What Drives Inter-Religious Violence? Lessons from Nigeria, Côte d’Ivoire, and Tanzania14
From Munich to Boston, and from Theater to Social Media: The Evolutionary Landscape of World Sporting Terror14
Islam and Attitudes toward U.S. Policy in the Middle East: Evidence from Survey Research in Lebanon12
The Oslo Talks: Revealing the Turkish Government's Secret Negotiations with the PKK12
An Investigation of Mass Public Shooting Attacks Against Government Targets in the United States12
Can Knowledge of Islam Explain Lack of Support for Terrorism? Evidence from Pakistan11
Does Domestic Political Instability Foster Terrorism? Global Evidence from the Arab Spring Era (2011–14)11
From Pawn to Knights: The Changing Role of Women’s Agency in Terrorism?11
From Direct Rule to Motorman: Adjusting British Military Strategy for Northern Ireland in 197211
The Role of Islamist Ideology in Shaping Muslims Believers’ Attitudes toward Terrorism: Evidence from Europe11
Pick Your POICN: Introducing the Profiles of Incidents involving CBRN and Non-State Actors (POICN) Database11
Framing Separatism as Terrorism: Lessons from Kosovo11
Intra-Jihadist Conflict and Cooperation: Islamic State–Khorasan Province and the Taliban in Afghanistan10
Social Learning and Social Control in the Off- and Online Pathways to Hate Crime and Terrorist Violence10
Contextualizing Radicalization: The Emergence of the “Sauerland-Group” from Radical Networks and theSalafistMovement10
Is It Terrorism?: Public Perceptions, Media, and Labeling the Las Vegas Shooting10
Terrorism and Terrorist Leaders: Insights from Developmental and Ecological Psychology10
The Impact of Illegal Fishing on Maritime Piracy: Evidence from West Africa9
Engaging Insurgency: The Impact of the 2016 Colombian Peace Agreement on FARC's Political Participation9
From Ocalan to Al Qaida: The Continuing Terrorist Threat in Turkey9
Women’s Radicalization to Religious Terrorism: An Examination of ISIS Cases in the United States8
Muslim Youth Unemployment and Expat Jihadism: Bored to Death?8
Cyberterrorism Today? Findings From a Follow-on Survey of Researchers8
Trauma, Trust in Government, and Social Connection: How Social Context Shapes Attitudes Related to the Use of Ideologically or Politically Motivated Violence8
“The Lions of Tomorrow”: A News Value Analysis of Child Images in Jihadi Magazines8
From Cooperation to Competition: Localization, Militarization and Rebel Co-Governance Arrangements in Syria8
Challenges for Effective Counterterrorism Communication: Practitioner Insights and Policy Implications for Preventing Radicalization, Disrupting Attack Planning, and Mitigating Terrorist Attacks8
Visual Jihad: Constructing the “Good Muslim” in Online Jihadist Magazines8
Fighting Networked Terrorist Groups: Lessons from Israel8