A new issue of the Journal of Terrorism Research is out. Christine Mele (Florida State): Choosing Sides: Terrorism, Counter-Terrorism, and Social Goods Provision. William E. Scheuerman (Indiana): Barack Obama's War on Terror. Rivka Weill (IDC Herzliya): Law as a Bargaining Strategy for Dealing with Terrorist Kidnapping. From German Law Journal, a special issue on terrorism. Samuel Arbesman on the probabilities of large terrorist events. What if we can't catch terrorists in America because there aren't any? John Mueller wonders. A review of Find, Fix, Finish: Inside the Counterterrorism Campaigns That Killed Bin Laden and Devastated Al Qaeda by Aki Peritz and Eric Rosenbach. Does “See Something, Say Something” do nothing? Dwyer Gunn on the case against the anti-terrorism staple. Robert F. Worth reviews The Last Refuge: Yemen, al-Qaeda, and America’s War in Arabia by Gregory D. Johnsen and High-Value Target: Countering Al Qaeda in Yemen by Edmund J. Hull (and more). Jason Wiseman on why suicide terrorism is rational and what this means for counter-terrorism officials. Jacob Phillips reviews Terrorism: A Philosophical Enquiry by Anne Schwenkenbecher. John Arquilla on what the Vikings can teach us about terrorism.