Louisa Tarras-Wahlberg discusses ISIS propaganda towards women.
You can read her paper and analysis here:
Hilary Matfess discusses women and Boko Haram.
Some of Hilary's work can be found below:
Joint article with Dr. Mia Bloom:
'Bad Blood' (a report that Hilary mentioned in the talk).
Nate Rabkin discusses the current offensive on Mosul.
J.M. Berger celebrates our 200th Episode by discussing his recent work on 'The Turner Diaries' and White Nationalism.
You can find his work on the subject below:
The Turner Legacy: The Storied Origins and Enduring Impact of White Nationalism's Deadly Bible
Also check out his World Gone Wrong blog.
Jacob Zenn provides us with an update on the recent developments of Boko Haram, as well as the Chibok Girls.
You can read Jacob's recent article, which compliments this discussion, here: Boko Haram: Abu Musab al-Barnawi's Leadership Coup and Offensive in Niger
Daveed Gartenstein-Ross discusses the recent developments of Jabhat al-Nusra (JN) to Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS), its break from al-Qaeda (AQ), and what it all means.
Nate Rosenblatt discusses his recent study with us, All Jihad is Local: What ISIS' Files Tell Us About It's Fighters.
Dr. Sean McFate discusses private military contractors (PMCs) and his new book Shadow War: A Tom Locke Novel.
You can find Shadow War here.