Andrew Mines is a Research Fellow at the Program on Extremism, where he researches terrorism financing in the American context. Before joining the Program, Andrew worked as a research intern at the Combating Terrorism Center (CTC) at West Point, where he focused primarily on counterterrorism operations against the Islamic State Khorasan Province. A graduate of The University of Chicago, he helped lead a DoD Minerva-funded research team at the Chicago Project on Security and Threats (CPOST) to analyze militant propaganda and conduct audience behavioral surveys. Andrew is currently a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology candidate at The George Washington University.
- "Can the Islamic State's Afghan Province Survive Its Leadership Losses?" Lawfare, May 2020.
- "The Risks of a Telegram Crypto-Wallet," GNET, May 2020.
- "Dollars for Daesh: The Small Financial Footprint of the Islamic State's American Supporters," CTC Sentinel 13 (3), March 2020.
- "Broken, but Not Defeated: An Examination of State-led Operations against Islamic State Khorasan in Afghanistan and Pakistan (2015-2018)," Combating Terrorism Center report, March 2020.
- "Telegram's Cryptocurrency Could Have a Terrorism Problem," Just Security, March 2020.
- "Islamic State Affiliate Seeks to Expand in Afghanistan," Lawfare, October 2019.
- "Taking Aim: Islamic State Khorasan's Leadership Losses," CTC Sentinel 12 (8), September 2019.
- "The Other Travelers: American Jihadists Beyond Syria and Iraq," Program on Extremism report, August 2019.