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Nigerian foreign policy under military rule, 1966-1999

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Military government -- Nigeria., Nigeria -- Foreign relations --

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StatementOlayiwola Abegunrin.
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LC ClassificationsDT515.842 .A224 2003
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 217 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3562753M
ISBN 100275978818
LC Control Number2002030335

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He analyzes what led to the military rule inand the foreign policy performance of each military regime that ruled the country since He also discusses extensively the economic dimension of the nation's foreign shows that the last 15 years, the period of Generals Babangida and Abacha, were the most corrupt and brutal that Nigeria had seen since independence.

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Abegunrin provides a significant and comprenhensive examination of Nigerian foreign policy () during the almost 33 years of military rule, punctuated by the four-year civilian interregnum, He analyzes what led to the military rule inand the foreign policy performance of each military regime that ruled the country since Nigerian Foreign Policy under Military Rule, by Olayiwola Abegunrin avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 4 editions.

NIGERIA’S FOREIGN POLICY UNDER MILITARY RULE ABSTRACT Foreign and domestic policy issues are related products of the same political system and are designed to define and implement overall national purposes. Foreign and domestic policy must be mutually supporting if national policy aspirations are to be achieved in an atmosphere of political stability.

Nigeria's external relations and foreign policy under military rule, Ile-Ife, Nigeria: Obafemi Awolowo University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Fawole, W.

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Nigerian Foreign Policy under Military Rule, [Abegunrin, Olayiwola.] -- Abegunrin examines Nigerian foreign policy during the 33 years of military rule punctuated by the quadrennial civilian government. The dozen chapters (apart from a basic theoretical perspective on foreign policy and a review) examine foreign policy from regional, continental, and international perspectives.

The book ends with the termination of military rule inwith its myriad. Under Obasanjo, Nigerian foreign policy was made to focus on wooing Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) with the federal government’s establishment of a one -stop.

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The Abacha military regime that ruled Nigeria from 17 November to 8 June could well be summarized as a government that was involved in a perennial, if uneven, struggle with civil society organizations and the international community that wanted a rapid return to civilian and democratic rule.

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The Dikko affair was a joint Nigerian-Israeli attempt to kidnap Umaru Dikko, a former Nigerian civilian government minister living in the United Kingdom, inand secretly transport him back to Nigeria in a diplomatic kidnapping took place, but the transportation was unsuccessful.

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Nigeria. Aluko. Abegunrin, O. () Nigerian Foreign Policy under Military Rule, Westport: Praeger. Adebajo, A. Nigeria: Africa’s New Gendarme. Security Dialogue, Ade-Ibijola, Opeyemi () Overview of National Interest, Continuities and Flaws in Nigeria’s Foreign : Ebenezer Oluwole Oni, Ayobami Mary Taiwo.

Nigerian Foreign Policy Under Military Rule, Greenwood Publishing Group. Olajide Aluko. Ghana and Nigeria, A Study in Inter-African Discord. Barnes & Noble. Graham Connah. Three Thousand Years in Africa: Man and His Environment in the Lake Chad Region of Nigeria. Cambridge University Press. Abegunrin provides a significant and comprenhensive examination of Nigerian foreign policy () during the almost 33 years of military rule, punctuated by the four-year civilian interregnum, He analyzes what led to the military r.

This research paper provided a comparative analysis of foreign policy of Nigeria under Muhammadu Buhari's military regime and his current civilian administration which started in May Alhaja Kudirat Abiola (born Kudirat Olayinka Adeyemi), popularly known simply as Kudirat Abiola ( – 4 June ), was a Nigerian pro-democracy was assassinated whilst her husband, Moshood Abiola, was being detained by the Nigerian was the winning candidate in elections that had taken place in Nigeria inand was arrested shortly after they were summarily Born: Kudirat Olayinka Adeyemi,Nigeria.

Description: Abegunrin examines Nigerian foreign policy during the 33 years of military rule punctuated by the quadrennial civilian government. He critically analyzes the major developments during this period at the regional, continental, and global levels, focusing on the activities of the key figures.

Alhaji Adamu Atta (Octo – May 1, ) was the first civilian governor of the Nigerian Kwara State during the Second Republic, representing the National Party of Nigeria (NPN).

==Background== Adamu Atta was an indigene of Ebira land, in present Kogi in Okene inhe was son of warrant chief Ibrahima Atta, whom the British granted wide powers under the Native Nationality: Nigerian.Most of the negative effects of imperialism in Nigeria had been caused by one source.

Overall, the lackluster governing body and its non-existent progress, the differences and misgivings between ethnic and religious groups, and the unbridled corruption all add to the problems of Nigeria.

Nigerian Foreign Policy under Military Rule, The white settler regime in South Africa was the last white rule regime to surrender power to an African majority government in the continent. Nigeria’s overall policy toward South Africa was derived strictly from its firm and total commitment to achieve accelerated decolonization and Author: Olayiwola Abegunrin.