TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

1. List of Journals 

 

L’ANNÉE DU MAGHREB (No. 12, 2015-I)

ASPJ AFRICA & FRANCOPHONIE, Fall 2015 (Vol. 6, No. 3)

BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY, November 2015 (Vol. 55, No. 6)

LES CAHIERS DE L’ORIENT, Automne 2015 (No. 120)

THE CAIRO REVIEW OF GLOBAL AFFAIRS, Fall 2015 (No. 19)

CONFLUENCES MEDITERRANÉ, Printemps 2015 (No. 93)

COOPERATION AND CONFLICT, December 2015 (Vol. 50, No. 4)

CULTURAL DYNAMICS, November 2015 (Vol. 27, No. 3)

CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY, October 2015 (Vol. 56, No. 5)

DISCOURSE & SOCIETY, November 2015 (Vol. 26, No. 6)

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL RESEARCH, November 2015 (Vol. 54, No. 4)

GENDER & HISTORY, November 2015 (Vol. 27, No. 3)

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION GAZETTE, October 2015 (Vol. 77, No. 6)

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MIDDLE EAST STUDIES, November 2015 (Vol. 47, No. 4)

INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW, November 2015 (Vol. 36, No. 5)

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES PERSPECTIVES, November 2015 (Vol. 16, No. 4)

JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY HISTORY, October 2015 (Vol. 50, No. 4)

JOURNAL OF DEMOCRACY, January 2015 (Vol. 26, No. 1)

JOURNAL OF DEMOCRACY, April 2015 (Vol. 26, No. 2)

JOURNAL OF DEMOCRACY, October 2015 (Vol. 26, No. 4)

THE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AFFAIRS, (No. 28, 2015)

THE JOURNAL OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA, (Vol. 6, No. 1, 2015)

THE JOURNAL OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA, (Vol. 6, No. 2, 2015)

JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH, November 2015 (Vol. 52, No. 6)

JOURNAL OF SOUTH ASIAN AND MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES, Summer 2015 (Vol. 38, No. 4)

THE LEVANTINE REVIEW, (Vol. 4, No. 1, 2015)

THE MAGHREB REVIEW, (Vol. 40, No. 4, 2015)

MERIP, Summer 2015 (Vol. 45, No. 275)

MIDDLE EAST CRITIQUE, (Vol. 24, No. 4, 2015)

THE MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL, Winter 2015 (Vol. 69, No. 1)

THE MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL, Spring 2015 (Vol. 69, No. 2)

THE MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL, Summer 2015 (Vol. 69, No. 3)

MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES, (Vol. 51, No. 2, 2015)

MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES, (Vol. 51, No. 5, 2015)

MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES, (Vol. 51, No. 6, 2015)

ORIENT, (Vol. 65, No. 4, 2015)

POLITICAL THEORY, December 2015 (Vol. 43, No. 6)

POLITICS, November 2015 (Vol. 35, Nos. 3-4)

STRATEGIC ASSESSMENT, October 2015 (Vol. 18, No. 3)

STUDIES IN CONFLICT & TERRORISM, (Vol. 38, No. 8, 2015)

STUDIES IN CONFLICT & TERRORISM, (Vol. 38, No. 10, 2015)

STUDIES IN CONFLICT & TERRORISM, (Vol. 38, No. 11, 2015)

TERRORISM AND POLITICAL VIOLENCE, (Vol. 27, No. 3, 2015)

WAR IN HISTORY, November 2015 (Vol. 22, No. 4)

 

2. Articles from Journals

 

L’ANNÉE DU MAGHREB (No. 12, 2015-I)

<<Special Issue: Villes et urbanites au Maghreb>>

Ahcène Lakehal, “Rôle des habitants dans l’invention de nouvelles forms d’urbanité dans la périphérie de Constantine (Algérie). Le cas de la ville nouvelle Ali Mendjeli” [35-54]

Jean-Marie Ballout, “’Villes nouvelles’ et urbanités émergentes dans les périphéries de Constantine et Marrakech” [55-74]

Tarik Harroud, “L’arrivée des centres commerciaux dans les marges urbaines de Rabat: Des lieux inédits de sociabilité et de déambulation urbaine” [75-92]

Hicham Mouloudi, “La mobilisation des acteurs locaux en réaction aux projets d’aménagement des fronts d’eau de Rabat: Émergence de nouveaux acteurs et évolution des répertoires  de l’action collective” [93-114]

Habiba Essahel, “Évolution des registres de l’action, de la ruse à la mobilisation de la notion de ‘droit’ par les habitants des bidonvilles au Maroc” [115-136]

Wafae Belarbi, “Les mobilisations sociales dans les territoires périphériques de Casablanca pendant les années 1990” [137-156]

Karim Ouaras, L’espace urbain algérois à l’épreuve de ses graffiti” [157-180]

Morgan Corriou, “Cinéma et urbanite à Tunis sous le protectorat français” [181-196]

Nessim Znaien, “Les territoires de l’alcool à Tunis et à Casablanca sous la période des Protectorats (1912-1956): Des destins parallèles?” [197-211]

 

ASPJ AFRICA & FRANCOPHONIE, Fall 2015 (Vol. 6, No. 3)

Stéphane Spet, “Operation Serval: Analyzing the French Strategy Against Jihadists in Mali” [*]

http://www.au.af.mil/au/afri/aspj

 

BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY, November 2015 (Vol. 55, No. 6)

Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian, “The Politics of Birth and the Intimacies of Violence Against Palestinian Women in Occupied East Jerusalem” [1187-1206]

http://bjc.oxfordjournals.org

 

LES CAHIERS DE L’ORIENT, Automne 2015 (No. 120)

Lina Zakhour, “Le Liban, pays-message ou illusion?” [11-18]

Ziyad Baroud, “L’État de droit: principal vaincu” [19-26]

Antoine Kheir, “Une nouvelle donne?” [27-32]

Nadim Gemayel, “Une guerre qui ne s’achève pas” [33-46]

Mahmoud Berri, “Le Liban est-il une nation?” [47-56]

Misbah el Ahdab, “Tripoli, une opportunité historique pour dépasser les clivages confessionnels” [57-70]

Carole Al Sharabati et Rabih El Shaer, “Corruption, un état florissant” [71-82]

Melhem Khalaf, “Offre Joie: les petites gouttes, font une grande rivière” [83-88]

Lina Zakhour, “L’Université Saint-Joseph, 140 ans déjà: une université libanaise, vers quell avenir?” [89-102]

Marwan Maalouf, “Qui se révolte et pourquoi?” [103-110]

François Boëdec, “L’eau dans les crises politiques moyen-orientales” [111-130]

Rémy Darras, “À la recherche d’une Méditerranée perdue” [131-138]

http://cahiersdelorient.wordpress.com

 

THE CAIRO REVIEW OF GLOBAL AFFAIRS, Fall 2015 (No. 19)

<<Special Issue: Islam and Politics>>

Tarek Osman, “Failings of Political Islam” [*]

Carla Del Ponte, “Rule of Terror” [*]

Abdel Bari Atwan, “A Portrait of Caliph Ibrahim” [*]

Ömer Taspinar, “The Problem with Radicalism” [*]

Marcin Buzanski, “Turning Somalia Around” [*]

Eugene Rogan, “A Century After Sykes-Picot” [*]

http://www.thecairoreview.com

 

CONFLUENCES MEDITERRANÉ, Printemps 2015 (No. 93)

Özge Burcu Günes, “A l’épreuve de la gentrification et de la transformation urbaine: les collectivités Romanlar en Turquie” [81-90]

Florence Gaub, “Arab Futures: Three Scenarios for 2025” [169-181]

www.confluences-mediterranee.com

 

COOPERATION AND CONFLICT, December 2015 (Vol. 50, No. 4)

Benjamin MacQueen, “Democratization, Elections and the ‘De Facto State Dilemma’: Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government” [423-439]

Jonathan Paquin and Philippe Beauregard, “US Transatlantic Leadership After Iraq” [510-530]

http://cac.sagepub.com

 

CULTURAL DYNAMICS, November 2015 (Vol. 27, No. 3)

Tahseen Shams, “Bangladeshi Muslims in Mississippi: Impression Management Based on the Intersectionality of Religion, Ethnicity, and Gender” [379-397]

Almas Zakiuddin, “Gender, Religion and the ‘Developmentalization’ of Male Muslim Imams in Bangladesh” [399-422]

http://cdy.sagepub.com

 

CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY, October 2015 (Vol. 56, No. 5)

Emily McKee, “Trash Talk: Interpreting Morality and Disorder in Negev/Naqab Landscapes” [733-752]

 

DISCOURSE & SOCIETY, November 2015 (Vol. 26, No. 6)

Sanae El Mellouki, “The Infusion of Islam into Pluralistic Politics: The Need to Explore the Islamist Identity Beyond Ideological Boundaries? The Case of the Moroccan Party of Justice and Development” [662-681]

Karl Malmqvist, “Satire, Racist Humour and the Power of (Un)Laughter: On the Restrained Nature of Swedish Online Racist Discourse Targeting EU-Migrants Begging for Money” [733-753]

Ahmed Sahlane, “Dialectics of Argument and Rhetoric: Protesting the Iraq War in US? British Opinion Press” [754-774]

http://das.sagepub.com

 

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL RESEARCH, November 2015

(Vol. 54, No. 4)

Daniel Odinius and Philipp Kuntz, “The Limits of Authoritarian Solidarity: The Gulf Monarchies and Preserving Authoritarian Rule During the Arab Spring” [639-654]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

GENDER & HISTORY, November 2015 (Vol. 27, No. 3)

Joanna de Groot, “The Bureaucrat, the Mulla and the Maverick Intellectual ‘at Home’: Domestic Narratives of Patriarchy, Masculinity and Modernity in Iran, 1880-1980” [791-811]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION GAZETTE, October 2015

(Vol. 77, No. 6)

Bahjat Abuzanouna, “Palestinian Television and Public Participation” [519-532]

http://gaz.sagepub.com

 

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MIDDLE EAST STUDIES,

November 2015 (Vol. 47, No. 4)

Jeffrey T. Kanney, “Selling Success, Nurturing the Self: Self-Help Literature, Capitalist Values, and the Sacralization of Subjective Life in Egypt” [663-680]

Kuygu Gül Kaya, “Coming to Terms with the Past: Rewriting History Through a Therapeutic Public Discourse in Turkey” [681-700]

Michael Farquhar, “Saudi Petrodollars, Spiritual Capital, and the Islamic University of Medina: A Wahhabi Missionary Project in Transnational Perspective” [701-721]

Bashir Saade, “Martyrology and Conceptions of Time in Hizbullah’s Writing Practices” [723-744]

Mikiya Koyagi, “The Vernacular Journey: Railway Travelers in Early Pahlavi Iran, 1925-50” [745-763]

Fruma Zachs and Yuval Ben-Bassat, “Women’s Visibility in Petitions from Greater Syria During the Late Ottoman Period” [765-781]

<<Special Issue: One Hundred Years of Denial: The Armenian Genocide>>

Ayda Erbal, “The Armenian Genocide, AKA the Elephant in the Room” [783-790]

Burcu Gürsel, “The Mythical Interface of Turkish Intellectuals’ Orientation toward the Armenian Genocide” [791-795]

Jennifer M. Dixon, “Norms, Narratives, and Scholarship on the Armenian Genocide” [796-800]

Seyhan Bayraktar, “The Grammar of Denial: State, Society, and Turkish-Armenian Relations” [801-806]

Bilgin Ayata, “The Kurds in the Turkish-Armenian Reconciliation Process: Double-Bind or Double-Blind?” [807-812]

http://journals.cambridge.org

 

INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW, November 2015

(Vol. 36, No. 5)

Hilde Coffé and Selin Dilli, “The Gender Gap in Political Participation in Muslim-Majority Countries” [526-544]

Daniel S. Geller and Alvin M. Saperstein, “A Dynamic Model of Suicide Terrorism and Political Mobilization” [562-577]

http://ips.sagepub.com

 

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES PERSPECTIVES, November 2015

(Vol. 16, No. 4)

David Romano, Brian Calfano and Robert Phelps, “Successful and Less Successful Interventions: Stabilizing Iraq and Afghanistan” [388-405]

William Vlcek, “Securitizing Money to Counter Terrorist Finance: Some Unintended Consequences for Developing Economies” [406-422]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY HISTORY, October 2015 (Vol. 50, No. 4)

Jerzy Zdanowski, “The Right to Manumit and British Relations with Ibn Saud and Persia in the 1920s” [786-804]

http://jch.sagepub.com

 

JOURNAL OF DEMOCRACY, January 2015 (Vol. 26, No. 1)

Tarek Masoud, “Has the Door Closed on Arab Democracy?” [74-87]

http://muse.jhu.edu

 

JOURNAL OF DEMOCRACY, April 2015 (Vol. 26, No. 2)

Abbas Milani, “Iran’s Paradoxical Regime” [52-60]

Alex Vatanka, “Iran Abroad” [61-70]

Frederic Wehrey, “Saudi Arabia’s Anxious Autocrats” [71-85]

http://muse.jhu.edu

 

JOURNAL OF DEMOCRACY, October 2015 (Vol. 26, No. 4)

Michele Dunne, “Caught in History’s Crosswinds” [75-79]

Michael Robbins, “People Still Want Democracy” [80-89]

Marc Lynch, “How the Media Trashed the Transitions” [90-99]

Charles Kurzman and Didem Türkoğlu, “Do Muslims Vote Islamic Now? [100-109]

Kasper Ly Netterstrøm, “The Islamists’ Compromise in Tunisia” [110-124]

Mieczysāaw P. Boduszyñski, Kristin Fabbe and Christopher Lamont, “Are Secular Parties the Answer?” [125-139]

http://muse.jhu.edu

 

THE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AFFAIRS,

(No. 28, 2015)

Oren Adaki, “Yemen on the Brink” [*]

Jantzen W. Garnett, “An Islamic State in the Sinai” [*]

Michael Rubin, “Why the Western Sahara Matters” [*]

Tom Wilson, “Israel in the Eye of the Storm” [*]

M. Zuhdi Jasser, “Anti-Semitism: Islamism’s Indelible Marker” [*]

http://www.securityaffairs.org

 

THE JOURNAL OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA,

(Vol. 6, No. 1, 2015)

Irit Back, “From West Africa to Mecca and Jerusalem: The Tijāniyya on the Hajj Routes” [1-15]

Justin Fantauzzo, “Ending Ottoman Misrule: British Soldiers, Liberal Imperialism, and the First World War in Palestine” [17-32]

Mehmet Gurses, “Islamists and Women’s Rights: Lessons from Turkey” [33-44]

Nikolas Gardner, “The Limits of the Sandhurst Connection: The Evolution of Oman’s Foreign and Defense Policy, 1970-1977” [45-58]

Francisco del Rio Sánchez, “The Rejection of Muhammad’s Message by Jews and Christians and Its Effect on Islamic Theological Argumentation” [59-75]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

THE JOURNAL OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA,

(Vol. 6, No. 2, 2015)

Asher Orkaby, “Israel’s International Squadron and the ‘Never Again’ Mentality’” [83-101]

George L. Simpson Jr., “Cold War, Hot Summer: Superpower Involvement in the War of Attrition in 1970” [103-123]

Or Honig and Ariel Reichard, “Realism or Radicalism: Explaining Autocratic Rulers’ Strategic Choices Following Military Defeats in the Middle East” [125-146]

Joel D. Parker, “The Rashid ‘Ali al-Kavlani Revolt and Syrian Youth: An Insider’s Account” [147-163]

Jeffrey R. Macris, “Population and Economic Activities in the Arab Trucial States: A 1901 Accounting” [165-189]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH, November 2015 (Vol. 52, No. 6)

Alex Braithwaite, Jessica Maves Braithwaite and Jeffrey Kucik, “The Conditioning Effect of Protest History on the Emulation of Nonviolent Conflict” [697-711]

Martin Binder, “Paths to Intervention: What Explains the UN’s Selective Response to Humanitarian Crises?” [712-726]

Khusrav Gaibulloev, Justin George, Todd Sandler and Hirofumi Shimizu, “Personnel Contributions to UN and Non-UN Peacekeeping Missions: A Public Goods Approach” [727-742]

Gary Uzonyi, “Refugee Flows and State Contributions to Post-Cold War UN Peacekeeping Missions” [743-753]

Kjetil Bjorvatn and Mohammad Reza Farzanegan, “Resource Rents, Balance of Power, and Political Stability” [758-773]

http://jpr.sagepub.com

 

JOURNAL OF SOUTH ASIAN AND MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES, Summer 2015 (Vol. 38, No. 4)

Sayed Hassan Akhlaq, “The Guise of the Sunni-Shiite Use of Excommunication (Takfir) in the Middle East” [1-22]

Aneek Chatterjee, “Will Democracy Survive? Afghanistan and the International Community Post-2014” [23-43]

Kate Mroz, “Secularism is Not the Solution: Why Muslim Women and Catholic Women Need to be in Dialogue” [44-64]

Faisal Mukhyat Abu Sulaib, “The Impact of Psychological Factors on Foreign Policy Decisions Case Study: The Decision of Saddam Hussein to Invade Kuwait in 1990” [65-86]

 

THE LEVANTINE REVIEW, (Vol. 4, No. 1, 2015)

Amaya Martin, “Naji Attallah’s Crew:  Stereotypes of Jews, Arabs, and Americans in Egypt’s Most-Watched Ramadan 2012 Soap Opera” [8-22]

Montague Brown, “Islam and the Natural Law” [23-42]

Joseph S. Spoerl, “Tolerance and Coercion in the Sira of Ibn Ishaq” [43-66]

Abjar Bahkou, “Using Fiction as a Vehicle for Popularizing History: Jurjy Zaidan’s Historical Novels” [67-85]

Ibrahim Bassal, “Hebrew and Aramaic Elements in the Israeli Vernacular Christian-Arabic and in the Written Christian Arabic of Palestine, Syria, and Lebanon” [86-116]

April L. Najjaj, “Collective Memory and the Alhambra: Two Differing Perspectives” [117-129]

http://ejournls.bc.edu

 

THE MAGHREB REVIEW, (Vol. 40, No. 4, 2015)

Mathias De Meyer, “De la Planchette Coranique au Tableau d’Écol: Littératies et Transformation du Rapport au Savoir au Maroc” [403-444]

Paul Auchterlonie, “Surviving as a Slave: The Economic Reality of Life as a European Slave in Ottoman North Africa, 1600-1820” [445-472]

Marina Apaydin, “Reframing the Islamic City: From Definition to Deconstruction” [473-492]

Nina Salouâ Studer, “The Green Fairy in the Maghreb: Absinthe, Guilt and Cultural Assimilation in French Colonial Medicine” [493-508]

http://www.maghrebreview.com

 

MERIP, Summer 2015 (Vol. 45, No. 275)

Lina Attaiah, “’A Beast That Took a Break and Came Back’” [*]

Ilana Feldman, “Gaza as an Open-Air Prison” [*]

Rebecca Granato, “Writing Palestinian Politics in Israel’s Prisons Before Oslo” [*]

Alex Lubin, “Resistance Museum in Abu Dis” [*]

R. Shareah Taleghani, “Breaking the Silence of Tadmor Military Prison” [*]

Susan Sivomovics, “The Moroccan Prison in Literature and Architecture” [*]

Zein El-Amine, “Send My Regards to Your Mother” [*]

Maisam Alahmed, “Status-less in Cyber City” [*]

Darryl Li, “Migrant Workers and the US Military in the Middle East” [*]

http://www.merip.org

 

MIDDLE EAST CRITIQUE, (Vol. 24, No. 4, 2015)

Omar Khalifah, “Filiation or Affiliation? Nasser and Children in Egyptian Literature” [329-343]

Ronen Yitzhak, “British Military Supplies to Jordan during the 1948 War: How the Anglo-Jordanian Treaty was Put to the Test” [345-354]

Saddik M. Gohar, “Re-Contextualizing Western Modes of Representation in Elias Khoury’s Gates of the City” [355-373]

SevIl Özçalık and Gerhard Grüsshaber, “’Frank, Fresh, Frish, Free’ at the Bosphorus? Selim Sırrı and the German Model of Youth Mobilization in the Late Ottoman State, 1908-1918” [375-388]

Gülsen Kaya Osmanbaoğlu, “The Politics of What You Wear on Your Head” [389-406]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

THE MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL, Winter 2015 (Vol. 69, No. 1)

Benedetta Berti, “Non-State Actors as Providers of Governance: The Hamas Government in Gaza between Effective Sovereignty, Centralized Authority, and Resistance” [9-31]

Miquel Pellicer and Eva Wegner, “The Justice and Development Party in Moroccan Local Politics” [32-50]

Hamed El-Said and James E. Rauch, “Education, Political Participation, and Islamist Parties: The Case of Jordan’s Islamic Action Front” [51-73]

Neve Gordon and Sharon Pardo, “The European Union and Israel’s Occupation: Using Technical Customs Rules as Instruments of Foreign Policy” [74-90]

Geraint Hughes, “A Proxy War in Arabia: The Dhofar Insurgency and Cross-Border Raids into South Yemen” [91-104]

http://muse.jhu.edu/journals

 

THE MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL, Spring 2015 (Vol. 69, No. 2)

Jason Pack and Haley Cook, “The July 2012 Libyan Election and the Origin of Post-Qadhafi Appeasement” [171-198]

Edward Randall, “After Qadhafi: Development and Democratization in Libya” [199-221]

W. Andrew Temill, “Iran’s Strategy for Saving Asad” [222-236]

Efrat Ben-Ze’ev, “Blurring the Geo-Body: Mental Maps of Israel/Palestine” [237-254]

Kjetil Selvik, Jon Nordenson and Tewodros Aragie Kebede, “Print Media Liberalization and electoral Coverage Bias in Kuwait” [255-276]

http://muse.jhu.edu/journals

 

THE MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL, Summer 2015 (Vol. 69, No. 3)

Elizabeth Monier, “Egypt, Iran, and the Hizbullah Cell: Using Sectarianism to ‘De-Arabize’ and Regionalize Threats to National Interests” [341-357]

Babak Rahimi, “Censorship and the Islamic Republic: Two Modes of Regulatory Measures for Media in Iran” [358-378]

Luke Howson, “Lessons from Shas about Israel” [397-412]

http://muse.jhu.edu/journals

 

MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES, (Vol. 51, No. 2, 2015)

Erdoğan Keskinkiliç and Ebubekir Ceylan, “Her Majesty’s Protected Subjects: The Mishaqa Family in Ottoman Damascus” [175-194]

Asher Orkaby, “The Yemeni Civil War: The Final British-Egyptian Imperial Battleground” [195-207]

Shireen Khan Burki, “Regime Consolidation and Female Status in a Fledgling Theocracy: Khomeini’s Vilayet-e-Fiqh, 1979-89” [208-223]

P.E. Caquet, “Guizot’s Absence of a Plan for Jerusalem” [224-237]

Birol Gündoğdu, “The Question of Ottoman Ignorance before the Morea Rebellion of 1770: A Challenge to Widely Accepted Belief in the Light of New Ottoman Documents” [238-253]

Sedat Bingöl, “Nineteenth-Century Ottoman Neighbourhoods Visited by Courage, Sleeplessness and Dead Bodies” [254-268]

Sara Yael Hirschhorn, “The Origins of the Redemption in Occupied Suburbia? The Jewish-American Makings of the West Bank Settlement of Efrat, 1973-87” [269-284]

Andreas Stergiou, “The Exceptional Case of the British Military Bases on Cyprus” [285-300]

Yehuda U. Blanga, “Nasser’s Dilemma: Egypt’s Relations with the United States and Israel, 1967-69” [301-326]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES, (Vol. 51, No. 5, 2015)

Jason Wimberly, “Wilayat al-Faqih in Hizballah’s Web of Concepts: A Perspective on Ideology” [687-710]

Erol Kahveci, “The Condition of the Ottoman Mine Labour and Its Impact on the Republican Period” [711-726]

Özlem Kayhan Pusane, “Turkey’s Military Victory over the PKK and Its Failure to End the PKK” [727-741]

Lilach Rosenberg-Friedman, “David Ben-Gurion and the ‘Demographic Threat’: His Dualistic Approach to Natalism, 1936-63” [742-766]

Muhammad Youssef Suwaed, “Bedouin-Jewish Relations in the Negev 1943-1948” [767-788]

Syed Tanvir Wasti, “On Charles Vernay and his ‘DIVAN’” [789-803]

Arnon Golan, “The 1948 Wartime Resettlement of Former Arab Areas in West Jerusalem” [804-820]

Ariel M. Sheetrit, “Social Alienation and Estrangement in Four Stories by Palestinian Writer ‘Alā Hlayhal” [821-837]

Oya Gözel Durmaz, “The Distribution of the Armenian Abandoned Properties in an Ottoman Locality: Kayseri (1915-18)” [838-853]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES, (Vol. 51, No. 6, 2015)

Tamir Goren, “The Struggle to Save the National Symbol: Jaffa Port from the Arab Revolt Until the Twilight of the British Mandate” [863-882]

Mehran Mazinani, “Liberty in Akhundzadeh’s and Kermani’s Thoughts” [883-900]

Denis V. Volkov, “Fearing the Ghosts of State Officialdom Past? Russia’s Archives as a Tool for Constructing Historical Memories of Its Persia Policy Practices” [901-921]

Ahmet Taşğin and Marcello Mollica, “Disappearing Old Christian Professions in the Middle East: The Case of Diyarbakır Pushee-Makers” [922-931]

Cengiz Sisman, “Failed Proselytizers or Modernizers? Protestant Missionaries Among the Jews and Sabbateans/Dönmes in the Nineteenth-Century Ottoman Empire” [932-949]

Eliezer Tauber, “The Arab Military Force in Palestine Prior to the Invasion of the Arab Armies, 1945-1948” [950-985]

Piotr Bachtin, “The Royal Harem of Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar (r. 1848-96): The Literary Portrayal of Women’s Lives by Taj al-Saltana and Anonymous ‘Lady from Kerman’” [986-1009]

Marwan G. Rowayheb and Makram Ouaiss, “The Committee of the Parents of the Missing and Disappeared: 30 Years of Struggle and Protest” [1010-1026]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

ORIENT, (Vol. 65, No. 4, 2015)

Julien Barnes-Dacey, “Proxy Wars: The Regional Struggle for Syria and Iraq” [7-12]

Mohammed Ayoob, “Elucidating Conflict Structures in the Middle East” [13-19]

Robert Mason, “US, EU and Russian Middle East Policy” [20-26]

Adam Baron, “Yemen: A Proxy War?” [27-31]

Wolfgang Pusztai, “Libya: Another Conflict Without Solution?” [32-41]

Curtis R. Ryan, “Jordan in the Crossfire of Middle East Conflict” [42-49]

Rayan Haddad, “Shifting from Consensus on Iraq to Agonistic Struggle over Syria” [50-56]

Florence Gaub, “Middle Eastern Multipolarity in Movement” [57-65]

 

POLITICAL THEORY, December 2015 (Vol. 43, No. 6)

Andrew F. March, “What Can the Islamic Past Teach Us about Secular Modernity?” [838-849]

http://ptx.sagepub.com

 

POLITICS, November 2015 (Vol. 35, Nos. 3-4)

Edward Wastnidge, “The Modalities of Iranian Soft Power: From Cultural Diplomacy to Soft War” [364-377]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

STRATEGIC ASSESSMENT, October 2015 (Vol. 18, No. 3)

Asher Susser, “Iran and the Arabs: The Historical Shift in the Balance of Power” [*]

Ephraim Kam, “The Islamic State Surprise: The Intelligence Perspective” [*]

Eyal Zisser, “Bashar al-Assad’s Struggle for Survival: Has the Miracle Occurred?” [*]

Benedetta Berti and Axel Bea Osete, “’Generation War’: Syria’s Children Caught between Internal Conflict and the Rise of the Islamic State” [*]

Nir Hassid, “Reality Test: Strengthening the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Process” [*]

Yoel Guzansky, “Belo-the-Threshold Nuclear Development: The Nuclear Program in the UAE” [*]

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STUDIES IN CONFLICT & TERRORISM, (Vol. 38, No. 8, 2015)

Daniel Byman, “The Homecomings: What Happens when Arab Foreign Fighters in Iraq and Syria Return?” [581-602]

Timothy Holman, “Belgian and French Foreign Fighters in Iraq 2003-2005: A Comparative Case Study” [603-621]

Shawn Teresa Flanigan and Cheryl O’Brien, “Service-Seeking Behavior, Perceptions of Armed Actors, and Preferences Regarding Governance: Evidence from the Palestinian Territories” [622-651]

Brandon M. Bovlan, “Sponsoring Violence: A Typology of Constituent Support for Terrorist Organizations” [652-670]

Alexander Knorr, “Economic Factors for Piracy: The Effect of Commodity Price Shocks” [671-689]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

STUDIES IN CONFLICT & TERRORISM, (Vol. 38, No. 10, 2015)

Kathleen Bouzis, “Countering the Islamic State: U.S. Counterterrorism Measures” [885-897]

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STUDIES IN CONFLICT & TERRORISM, (Vol. 38, No. 11, 2015)

Jeffrey Scott Bachman, “The Lawfulness of U.S. Targeted Killing Operations Outside Afghanistan” [899-918]

Milos Popovic, “The Perils of Weak Organization: Explaining Loyalty and Defection of Militant Organizations Toward Pakistan” [919-937]

Karl Kaltenthaler and William Miller, “Ethnicity, Islam, and Pakistani Public Opinion toward the Pakistani Taliban” [938-957]

Mohammed Hafez and Creighton Mullins, “The Radicalization Puzzle: A Theoretical Synthesis of Empirical Approaches to Homegrown Extremism” [958-975]

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TERRORISM AND POLITICAL VIOLENCE, (Vol. 27, No. 3, 2015)

Jasper L. de Bie, Christianne J. de Poot and Joanne P. van der Leun, “Shifting Modus Operandi of Jihadist Foreign Fighters From the Netherlands Between 2000 and 2013: A Crime Script Analysis” [416-440]

Elena Pokalova, “Legislative Responses to Terrorism: What Drives States to Adopt New Counterterrorism Legislation?” [474-496]

Olivier J. Walther and Dimitris Christopoulos, “Islamic Terrorism and the Malian Rebellion” [497-519]

Daniel Baracskay, “The Evolutionary Path of Hamas: Examining the Role of Political Pragmatism in State Building and Activism” [520-536]

Muhammad Sohail Anwar Malik, Michael Sandholzer, M. Zubair Khan and Sajjad Akbar, “Identification of Risk Factors Generating Terrorism in Pakistan” [537-556]

Ryan Shaffer, “The Terrorism, Ideology, and Transformations of Al-Qaeda” [581-590]

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WAR IN HISTORY, November 2015 (Vol. 22, No. 4)

Michael Sturma, “US Fleet Submarines in the Atlantic during the Second World War: A Case Study of Relative Failure” [529-552]

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