A Critical Evaluation of Nigeria's Foreign Policy at 53
Recent studies by Aluko, Macridis, Anyaele and Akinboye depicts Nigeria’s foreign policy as being chameleon in nature, a foreign policy constantly in a state of flux as a result of internal and external dynamics inherent in any given administration or regime. In the case of Nigeria, the formation of Nigeria’s foreign policy has gone through 14 different administrations through the external...
Published at Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences
Volume Vol. 5
Issue No. 2
Published in 2015
Worgu, I.A.P., Sholarin, M.A and Chidozie, F.C
Chidozie Felix » Chidozie Felix Chidozie studied Political Science in University of Ibadan where he graduated in 1999. He consequently bagged a Masters degree from the same University in the Department of Political Science, specialising in international relations. He also studied in the Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan where he obtained another Masters degree in Peace and Conflict Studies,... view full profile
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