International Terrorism and the Middle East: An Expository Approach
This paper interrogated the role of Middle East in international terrorism with implications on global security. The narrative traced the roots of terrorism to the Middle East, noting the volatility and susceptibility of some countries within that region to terrorism, zeroing-in on Iran as misconstruing this vice for foreign policy instrument. Essentially, the paper relied on secondary data,...
Published at Covenant University Journal of Politics and International Relations
Volume Vol. 2
Issue No. 1
Published in 2014
Ibietan, J., Chidozie, F.C and Ujara, E
The Judiciary and Electoral Fraud in Nigeria’s 4th Republic: Deconstructing the 2007 General Elections.
Economic Globalization in the 21st Century and Nigeria-South Africa Relations: Prospects and Problems
Friends or Enemies? An Evaluation of the Relationship Between Rising Hegemonies and Established Hegemonies in International Relations
Deregulation of the Nigerian Telecommunication Sector: Interrogating the Nexus Between Imperialism and Development
The Print Media, Civil Society and Democratic Governance in Nigeria: A Study of the Guardian Newspaper