Tackling the Growing Threat of Radicalization in Mauritius

One might not expect the island of Mauritius - best known for its sandy beaches, political stability and vibrant multiculturalism - to be vulnerable to Islamist radicalization, but recent events suggest the threat could greater than many think, writes Richard Chelin for African Arguments.

Sofitel So Mauritius, Bel Ombre.

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