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Editors: Olayiwola Abegunrin and Olusoji Akomolafe
Book Description:
This book examines Nigeria’s role in the global politics of the last century. Written from various perspectives, each contributor brings to bear his or her discipline and insight to this topic. The links between internal and external factors and the relationship between internal developments and external reactions are carefully examined. This exploration of Nigeria’s recent past will provide the essential background needed to understand Nigeria’s role in global politics in the present time.

Table of Contents:
Ibrahim Agboola Gambari


Olayiwola Abegunrin and Olusoji Akomolafe



Chapter 1 - Democratization Process of Good Governance in Nigeria; pp. 3-13
(Bemidele Ojo)

Chapter 2 - Authoritarian Mindset, Politics and Democratic Rule in Nigeria; pp. 15-30
(Alade Fawole)

Chapter 3 - Federal Charater in Nigeria: Bane or Blessing; pp. 31-46
(Adeoye Akinsanya)

Chapter 4 - The Dividends of Democracy: The Nigeria Experience;
pp. 47-62
(Mojubaolu O. Okome)

Chapter 5 - Peacekeepers Abroad, Trouble Makers at Home: The Nigerian Army, National Politics and Sub-Regional Policies in the 1990s; pp. 63-77
(Abiodun Alao)

Chapter 6 - International Constraints on Foreign Policy Formulation: A Case of Nigeria and Regional Security in West Africa; pp. 79-93
(Aderemi Ajibewa)

Chapter 7 - Restoring Democracy in Sierra Leone: Nigeria's Hegemonic Foreign Policy in West Africa, 1993-1998; pp. 95-106
(Adebayo Oyebade)

Chapter 8 - Nigeria and Southern African Liberation Struggle;
pp. 107-125
(Olayiwola Abegunrin and Olusoji Akomolafe)


Chapter 9 - Abubakar Tafawa Balewa and Nigeria's Foundation of a Non-Neutralist Foreign Policy; pp. 129-140
(Hakeem I. Tijani)

Chapter 10 - An Elusive Friendship: Nigerian-Soviet/Russian Relations, 1960-2000; pp. 141-167
(Maxim Matusevich)

Chapter 11 - Nigeria and Israel: Change and Continuity in Diplomatic Relations; pp. 167-180
(Folajimi Adejokun)

Chapter 12 - Nigeria and the European Union: The Lome Years and Beyond; pp. 181-199
(Adebola Adetula)

Chapter 13 - Changing Paradigm: France, Nigeria and Francophone Africa after the Cold War; pp. 201-211
(Tale Omole et al.)

Chapter 14 - The State, Foreign Policy and Conflicts in Africa;
pp. 213-224
(Mae C. King)

Chapter 15 - Nigeria, the United States and the War on Terrorism: The Stakes and the Stance; pp. 225-243
(Olusoji Akomolafe)

Chapter 16 - The Era of 911: Implications for Nigeria-United States Relations; pp. 245-263
(Fola Soremekun)

Chapter 17 - Nigerian Foreign Policy Under the Obasanjo Administration, 1999-2005; pp. 265-276
(Olayiwola Abegunrin)

Chapter 18 - Bibliography on Nigerian Foreign Policy, 1960-2004: National, Regional, Continental and Global; pp. 277-289
(Olayiwola Abegunrin)

Postscript - The Man-Professor Olajide Aluko
(Michael Adeleye Ojo)

Selected Bibliography pp.293-302

Books by Olajide Aluko pp.303-304

Notes Of The Contributors pp.305-308

Index pp.309-325

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2006
   Pages: 325.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-59454-997-7
   Status: AV
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