, Volume 85, Number 5

Alison Pargeter
Focusing on Morocco, Tunisia and Libya, this article will argue that in order to understand better the causes of radicalization in the region, the rise of Islamism in North Africa should be considered within the broader historical context of political and cultural resistance by certain peripheral regional elements.

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