The Nigerian State in the Context of Global Politics.
The Nigerian state has come under serious scholarly scrutiny given the primacy of state in international relations. This is more so in the context of the volatile nature of international politics. Thus, this paper interrogates the nature and character of relations between the state in Nigeria and the increasing complexities in globalization literature. Findings suggest that the Nigerian state...
Published at J. Shola Omotola and Ikenna Mike Alumona (eds.) The State in Contemporary Nigeria: Issues, Perspectives and Challenges: Essays in Honour of Professor Ben O. Nwabueze at 85. John Archers: Ibadan.
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Published in 2016
Chidozie, F.C and Olanrewaju, I.P.
Chidozie Felix » CHIDOZIE, Felix Chidozie is a Lecturer in the Department of Political Science and International Relations, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria. He had his B.Sc. in Political Science (2000); M.Sc. Political Science (2003), M.A. in Peace and Conflict Studies (2007), where his research work focused on the Politics of Humanitarian Intervention in the Horn of Africa. He has his PhD in International... view full profile
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