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Current Trends in Islamist Ideology, Volume 25

Hillel Fradkin, Eric B. Brown & Husain Haqqani

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Entries into volume 25 include:

Where Will Erdogan’s Revolution Stop? by Suleyman Ozeren, Suat Cubukcu and Matthew Bastug

The Syria Effect: Al-Qaeda Fractures by Charles Lister

The Origins of Boko Haram—And Why It Matters by Audu Bulama Bukarti

Educator of the Faithful: The Power of Moroccan Islam by Bradley Davis

The Co-optation of Islam in Russia by Rebecca Fradkin

Deploying Social Media to Empower Iranian Women: An Interview with Masih Alinejad by Lela Gilbert and Masih Alinejad

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