INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, HISTORY AND DIPLOMACY PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, HISTORY AND DIPLOMACY PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

UN PEACEKEEPING IN AFRICA:   EFFECTIVENESS AND PROBLEMS

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The UN Security Council authorizes peace operations by an affirmative vote of nine of the fifteen members without a veto from the five permanent members: the United States, China, France, Russia, the UK. The Security Council has authorized more than fifty peace operations in the years since the …

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implications of south African xenophobic attack on Nigeria’s foreign policy

Chapter one Introduction Background of the Study Since the 2008 widespread aggression against foreign nationals (mainly of African descent) which culminated in the deaths of over 60 people, xenophobia has assumed issues of concern as a result of a recurrent cause of social unrest in different parts of South Africa. In 2015, Durban was a …

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INEC AND CHALLENGES OF MONITORING POLITICAL PARTY CAMPAIGN FINANCING IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF STUDY Democracy is a system in which the government is controlled by the people, and in which people are considered equals in the exercise of that control. However, unequal access to political finance contributes to an uneven political playing field. Campaign financing has been a major concern in Nigeria. Significant …

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HISTORY OF AREWA HOUSE, KADUNA, CENTER FOR HISTORICAL RESEARCH AND DOCUMENTATION (1970-2019)

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Information is a commodity that everyone requires for survival just like air and water. Organizations and institutions created and developed by man cannot subsist without necessary information which propels it. It is through information that man becomes knowledgeable and it is through knowledge that development came to be …

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AN ANALYSIS OF ECONOMIC DIPLOMACY AS A DRIVER OF NIGERIA’S NATIONAL INTEREST: CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study The policy of economic diplomacy as a central plank in the correction of the imbalances in the political-economy of the Nigerian state may as well be written off, if one considers the rascality of the operators of the country in the period under discourse. However, for a keen …

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THE CHALLENGES OF GLOBALIZATION ON E-COMMERCE IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1      Background to the study The process of globalization has come a long way since the marshal plan for Europe after the second world war when the vogue was the dismantling of the capital control in a bid to create a conducive international environment for economic development efforts. Varied channels of …

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XENOPHOBIC VIOLENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA: ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS FOR SOUTH AFRICA-NIGERIA RELATIONS IN 21ST CENTURY

1.1    BACKGROUND OF STUDY On May 11, 2008, South African nationals in South Africa attacked foreigners, mainly blacks living in poor areas. the attacks began in Alexandra, Johannesburg and spread to other parts of the country. Due to the event, 62 people were officially confirmed dead; 342 foreign stores were looted and 213 burned. Forty-one …

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THE RISE OF AL SHABAB IN SOMALIA

Abstract The rise of Al Shabaab was achieved primarily in three ways. The first way was through the power granted to them as the militant wing of the Islamic Courts Union. Governmental legitimacy allowed them to enforce sharia law throughout Somalia, and this was reinforced even further as they were able to fend off Ethiopia’s …

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