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2020
1 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Review of "Jihadism Constrained: The Limits of Transnational Jihadism and What It Means for Counterterrorism" by Barak Mendelsohn. The Middle East Journal 2020 ;Volume 74.(1) p. 160-162
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2 Hegghammer, Thomas.
The Caravan: Abdallah Azzam and the Rise of Global Jihad. The Ambassador's Brief 2020
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3 Hegghammer, Thomas.
The Caravan: Abdallah Azzam and the Rise of Global Jihad. Cambridge University Press 2020 (ISBN 0521765951) 728 p.
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4 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Weeping in Modern Jihadi Groups. Journal of Islamic Studies 2020 ;Volume 31.(3)
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5 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Why Jihadists Loved America in the 1980s. Atlantic Monthly 2020
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2019
6 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Afterword. The Uniqueness of Islamic State. I: ISIS Propaganda: A Full-Spectrum Extremist Message. Oxford University Press 2019 ISBN 9780190932459.
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7 Hegghammer, Thomas.
bi'l-dhikra al-30 li'ightiyal al-ghamid li-"imam al-jihad"... man qatala al-shaykh 'azzam?. Al Jazeera 2019
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8 Hegghammer, Thomas.
En risikabel forskningsrevolusjon. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.) 2019
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9 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Skandinavias ukjente jihad-historie. VG : Verdens gang 2019
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10 Hegghammer, Thomas.
The Mysterious Assassination That Unleashed Jihadism. History News Network 2019
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2018
11 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Europe to Terrorists: It’s No More Monsieur Nice Guy. The Wall Street Journal 2018
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12 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Jihadi Weeping. I: Studying the Near and Middle East at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, 1936-2017. Gorgias Press 2018 ISBN 978-1-4632-0750-2. p. 505-514
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13 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Skandinavias første jihadister. Babylon - Nordisk tidsskrift for Midtøstenstudier 2018 ;Volume 16.(2) p. 174-193
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2017
14 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Jihadi Culture: The Art and Social Practices of Militant Islamists. Cambridge University Press 2017 (ISBN 9781107614567) 273 p.
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15 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Non-military practices in jihadi groups. I: Jihadi Culture: The Art and Social Practices of Militant Islamists. Cambridge University Press 2017 ISBN 9781107614567. p. 171-201
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16 Hegghammer, Thomas.
What is jihadi culture and why should we study it?. I: Jihadi Culture: The Art and Social Practices of Militant Islamists. Cambridge University Press 2017 ISBN 9781107614567. p. 1-21
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17 Hegghammer, Thomas; Dæhli, Andreas.
Insiders and Outsiders: A Survey of Terrorist Threats to Nuclear Facilities. I: Insider Threats. Cornell University Press 2017 ISBN 9781501705175. p. 10-31
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2016
18 Hegghammer, Thomas; Hylland Eriksen, Thomas; Tønnesson, Stein.
EU-forskning koster Norge dyrt. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.) 2016
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19 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Flyktningkrisens radikaliseringsutfordringer. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.) 2016
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20 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Revisiting the poverty-terrorism link in European jihadism. Society for Terrorism Research Annual Conference; 2016-11-07 - 2016-11-08
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21 Hegghammer, Thomas.
The Future of Jihadism in Europe: A Pessimistic View. Perspectives on Terrorism 2016 ;Volume 10.(6)
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22 Hegghammer, Thomas.
The jihadist digital empowerment revolution. I: The Foreign Fighters Phenomenon and Related Security Trends in the Middle East. Ottawa: Canadian Security and Intelligence Service 2016 p. 45-54
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23 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Why Terrorists Weep. Paul Wilkinson Memorial Lecture; 2016-04-16 - 2016-04-16
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24 Hegghammer, Thomas; Eriksen, Thomas Hylland; Tønnesson, Stein.
Verden er større enn EU. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.) 2016
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2015
25 Haykel, Bernard; Hegghammer, Thomas; Lacroix, Stephane.
Saudi Arabia in Transition: Insights on Social, Political, Economic and Religious Change. Cambridge University Press 2015 (ISBN 978-0521185097) 357 p.
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26 Hegghammer, Thomas.
"Classical" and "Global" Jihadism in Saudi Arabia. I: Saudi Arabia in Transition: Insights on Social, Political, Economic and Religious Change. Cambridge University Press 2015 ISBN 978-0521185097. p. 207-230
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27 Hegghammer, Thomas.
The Soft Power of Militant Jihad. New York Times, USA 2015
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28 Hegghammer, Thomas.
To Combat ISIS, Europe Must Do More to Police Social Media. New York Times, USA 2015
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29 Nesser, Petter; Hegghammer, Thomas.
Assessing Islamic State’s Commitment to Attacking the West. Perspectives on Terrorism 2015 ;Volume 9.(4) p. 14-30
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2014
30 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Calculated Caliphate. Lawfare Blog 2014
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31 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Det kom aldri noen penger til å forske på høyreekstremisme etter 22. juli. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.) 2014
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32 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Ekstreme fremmedkrigere. Forsvarets forum 2014 p. 54-54
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33 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Hvem skal betale for forskning på høyreekstreme?. Forskning.no 2014
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34 Hegghammer, Thomas.
IS og fremmedkrigerne. Romerikes Blad 2014
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35 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Jihadism: Seven Assumptions Shaken by the Arab Spring. I: Rethinking Islamist Politics. Washington, DC: Project on Middle East Political Science 2014 p. 28-30
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36 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Norske fremmedkrigere i går og i dag. Norsk Statsvitenskapelig Tidsskrift 2014 ;Volume 30.(4) p. 277-288
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37 Hegghammer, Thomas.
The 2003 Riyadh and 2008 Sanaa Bombings. I: The Evolution of the Global Terrorist Threat. Columbia University Press 2014 ISBN 9780231168984. p. 545-570
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38 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Will ISIS 'weaponize' foreign fighters?. CNN.com 2014
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39 Stenersen, Anne; Hegghammer, Thomas; Nesser, Petter.
Kronikk: Hjelper politibevæpning mot terror?. VG : Verdens gang 2014
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2013
40 Azzām, Abdallāh; Hegghammer, Thomas; Nabil Soliman, Alaaeldeen.
Memories of Palestine (ca. 1989). Die Welt des Islams 2013 ;Volume 53.(3-4) p. 460-465
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41 Hegghammer, Thomas.
'Abdallah 'Azzam and Palestine. Die Welt des Islams 2013 ;Volume 53.(3-4) p. 353-387
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42 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Number of foreign fighters from Europe in Syria is historically unprecedented. Who should be worried?. Washington Post 2013
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43 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Should I Stay or Should I Go? Explaining Variation in Western Jihadists' Choice between Domestic and Foreign Fighting. American Political Science Review 2013 ;Volume 107.(1) p. 1-15
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44 Hegghammer, Thomas.
Syria's Foreign Fighters. Foreign policy 2013
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45 Hegghammer, Thomas.
The Future of Anti-Western Jihadism. Hearing on “Global al - Qaeda: Affiliates, Objectives, and Future Challenges ”; 2013-07-18 - 2013-07-18
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46 Hegghammer, Thomas.
The Recruiter’s Dilemma: Signaling and Terrorist Recruitment Tactics. Journal of Peace Research 2013 ;Volume 50.(1) p. 3-16
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47 Hegghammer, Thomas.
The Riyadh Bombings: Ten Years and Ten Lessons Later. Al-Sharq al-Awsat 2013
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48 Hegghammer, Thomas; Wagemakers, Joas.
Introduction. Die Welt des Islams 2013 ;Volume 53.(3-4) p. 449-449
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49 Hegghammer, Thomas; Wagemakers, Joas.
The Palestine Effect: The Role of Palestinians in the Transnational Jihad Movement. Die Welt des Islams 2013 ;Volume 53.(3-4) p. 281-314
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50 Hegghammer, Thomas; Zelin, Aaron.
How Syria's Civil War Became a Holy Crusade. Foreign Affairs 2013
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