EFFECTS OF XNEOPHOBIC ATTACKS ON NIGERIA’S IN SOUTH AFRICA

EFFECTS OF XNEOPHOBIC ATTACKS ON NIGERIA’S IN SOUTH AFRICA CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION   1.0  Background to the Study The immense economic development that has characterised post-apartheid South Africa, has opened the country to the outside world. The associated economic success and pull factors such as employment, education, vibrant economy and stable political environment have ultimately […]

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UNITED NATIONS AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT OF THE CIVIL WAR IN LIBERIA

UNITED NATIONS AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT OF THE CIVIL WAR IN LIBERIA   CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION   1.1 Background of the Study According to Collier and Lowe (2017), the international political climate is currently fraught with unresolved interstate and interstate conflicts, which often result from mere suspicion, mistrust, political and economic rivalries, and competition in the […]

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ERITREA’S HUMAN RIGHTS AND FOREIGN POLICY ISSUES IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE POST-INDEPENDENCE CONFLICT WITH ETHIOPIA

ERITREA’S HUMAN RIGHTS AND FOREIGN POLICY ISSUES IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE POST-INDEPENDENCE CONFLICT WITH ETHIOPIA   Abstract   Eritrea emerged an independent state, in 1993, from a protracted armed struggle to break-free from Ethiopia. Initially making democratic and economic gains, Eritrea soon relapsed into a devastating war against Ethiopia to assert its territorial integrity. […]

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International Responses for The Protection of Conflict Induced Internally Displaced Persons Since 1991 In Sudan’s Darfur And Somalia 

INTERNATIONAL RESPONSES FOR THE PROTECTION OF CONFLICT INDUCED INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS SINCE 1991 IN SUDAN’S DARFUR AND SOMALIA   Abstract   This study examines the existing international normative and institutional responses for the protection of conflict induced internally displaced persons (CIDPs) in the particular countries of Sudan’s Darfur and Somalia. In meeting its objective, the […]

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THE ETHIO-DJIBOUTI RELATIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR SUB-REGIONAL INTEGRATION SCHEMES IN THE HORN OF AFRICA

THE ETHIO-DJIBOUTI RELATIONS: IMPLICATIONS FFR SUB-REGIONAL INTEGRATION SCHEMES IN THE HORN OF AFRCA   Abstract This study aimed to analyze the bilateral relations between Ethiopia and Djibouti, and its implications for sub-regional integration scheme in the Horn of Africa. In order to achieve this objective, the thesis has tried to link the concepts of interstate […]

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ETHIOPIA’S 2006 MILITARY INTERVENTION IN SOMALIA: CRITICAL APPRAISAL

ETHIOPIA’S 2006 MILITARY INTERVENTION IN SOMALIA: CRITICAL APPRAISAL   CHAPTER ONE   Introduction   1.1 .Background of the study   Africa is a conflict prone continent and has had a history of the largest prevalence of civil wars and instabilities compared to any other region of the world. There have been a number of conflicts1 […]

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THE ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF UN WOMEN IN ETHIOPIA

THE ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF UN WOMEN IN ETHIOPIA: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY   ABSTRACT   Ensuring gender equality and Women’s empowerment is one and most important mechanism to achieve sustainable development in Ethiopia. The research problem that this research sought to address was the absence of organized and independent study to share the works and […]

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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF HYDROPOLITICS IN THE RHINE AND NILE RIVER BASINS

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF HYDROPOLITICS IN THE RHINE AND NILE RIVER BASINS   Chapter One: Introduction   1.1 Background   Nearly half of the Earth’s land surface is occupied by transboundary lake and river basins (Towfique and Espey, 2002: 3). Many of these river basins are simultaneously perceived as important engines of regional economic development, […]

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ROAD TO AFRICA UNION: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT

ROAD TO AFRICA UNION: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT   CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION   Background of Study Africa is a mosaic of peoples, cultures, ecological settings and history. The continent has an area of 11,677,240 square miles (30,244,050 square Kilometers), stretching from the Mediterranean in the north to the meeting point of the Atlantic and Indian oceans […]

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THE ROAD TO AFRICAN UNION: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT

THE ROAD TO AFRICAN UNION: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT Abstract The thesis “the Road to African Union” evaluates earlier and current attempts made to unify the States of Africa. The evaluation covers a period of almost one-century, from the end of the 19th to the beginning of the 21stcentury. The main objective of the research is to identify […]

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Nuclear Energy Proliferation: Lessons For The Third World Nations, 1945-2006

NUCLEAR ENERGY PROLIFERATION: LESSONS FOR THE THIRD WORLD NATIONS, 1945-2006 TABLE OF CONTENT Title Page———i Certification——–ii Dedication———iii Acknowledgement——-iv Abstract ———vi Table of Content——–vii Chapter One 1.0 Introduction ——-1 1.1 Statement of Problem——4 1.2 Purpose of the Study——5 1.3 Significance of Study——8 1.4 Limitation——–9 1.5 Scope of Study——-11 Chapter Two 2.0 Review of Related Literature —-12 2.6 Summary of Literature Review—- 19 Chapter Three 3.0 Research Methodology and Procedure—22 3.1 Population ——–22 3.2 Sample and […]

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Ijebu Jesha Unions Conference And The Socio Economic Development Of Ijebu Ijesha 1919 2010

IJEBU JESHA UNIONS CONFERENCE AND THE SOCIO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF IJEBU IJESHA 1919 2010 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER ONE 1.0    INTRODUCTION 1.1    BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY 1.2    AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 1.3    SCOPE OF THE STUDY 1.4    RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND PROBLEM 1.5    LITERATURE REVIEW REFERENCES CHAPTER TWO 2.0    IJEBU-JESHA UNIONS’ CONFERENCE BEFORE 1946 […]

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A Socio-Economic Responsibility Of Women In Otukpo Clan In The 20th Century

A SOCIO-ECONOMIC RESPONSIBILITY OF WOMEN IN OTUKPO CLAN IN THE 20TH CENTURY TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1    Background of the Study 1.2   Objective of the Study 1.3   Scope of the Study 1.4   Research Methodology and Problems 1.5   Literature Review Note and Reference CHAPTER TWO: ORIGIN AND DYNAMICS OF IDOMA CULTURE 2.1      The […]

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A History Analysis Of National Economic Empowerment And Development Strategy (Needs) And Her Contribution To Poverty

A HISTORY ANALYSIS OF NATIONAL ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY (NEEDS) AND HER CONTRIBUTION TO POVERTY TABLE OF CONTENT Title Page———i Certification——–ii Dedication———iii Acknowledgement——-iv Abstract ———vi Table of Content——–vii Chapter One 1.0 Introduction ——-1 1.1 Statement of Problem——4 1.2 Purpose of the Study——5 1.3 Significance of Study——8 1.4 Limitation——–9 1.5 Scope of Study——-11 Chapter Two 2.0 Review of Related Literature —-12 2.6 Summary of Literature Review—- 19 Chapter Three 3.0 […]

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History Of Maryam Babangida’s Pet Programme

HISTORY OF MARYAM BABANGIDA’S PET PROGRAMME CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION First ladyship has its origin in the United States of America. According to history, it originated in 1849 when president Zachary Taylor called Dolley Madison “first lady” at her funeral while reciting her eulogy, However, it was said to have gained wider recognition in 1877 when […]

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To Examine Colonial Rule And The Socio-Economic Life Of Women In Uromi

TO EXAMINE COLONIAL RULE AND THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC LIFE OF WOMEN IN UROMI CHAPTER ONE                                            Introduction The socio- economic life of Uromi women obviously differed in some respect to other ethnic groups in Nigeria. A woman’s position varies according to the (1) kinship structure of the group and (2) role of women within the economic structure […]

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The Phenomenon Of Inter-Group Relations Between The Annang And Igbo Ethnic Groups From 1959 Through 1970

THE PHENOMENON OF INTER-GROUP RELATIONS BETWEEN THE ANNANG AND IGBO ETHNIC GROUPS FROM 1959 THROUGH 1970 TABLE OF CONTENT Title Page———i Certification——–ii Dedication———iii Acknowledgement——-iv Abstract ———vi Table of Content——–vii Chapter One 1.0 Introduction ——-1 1.1 Statement of Problem——4 1.2 Purpose of the Study——5 1.3 Significance of Study——8 1.4 Limitation——–9 1.5 Scope of Study——-11 Chapter Two 2.0 Review of Related Literature —-12 2.6 Summary of Literature Review—- 19 Chapter Three 3.0 […]

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Women And Socio-Economic Development In Ibibio Land (1885-1970)

WOMEN AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN IBIBIO LAND (1885-1970) CHAPTER ONE    INTRODUCTION 1.1       Purpose of the study There is hardly any aspect of Nigeria’s national life that has received so much attention in recent times as the role of women in the socio-economic development of the country. It is necessary to state here that the […]

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Assess the contributions of ibibio women to the development of the colonial economy. (1900-1960)

ASSESS THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF IBIBIO WOMEN TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE COLONIAL ECONOMY. (1900-1960) TABLE OF CONTENT Title Page———i Certification——–ii Dedication———iii Acknowledgement——-iv Abstract ———vi Table of Content——–vii Chapter One 1.0 Introduction ——-1 1.1 Statement of Problem——4 1.2 Purpose of the Study——5 1.3 Significance of Study——8 1.4 Limitation——–9 1.5 Scope of Study——-11 Chapter Two 2.0 Review of Related Literature —-12 2.6 Summary of Literature Review—- 19 Chapter Three 3.0 Research Methodology […]

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