Rethinking Nigeria’s Strategic Relationship with its Immediate Neighbours
This paper strengthens the perspective that the national security and development of a state are predicated upon the good and strategic relationship of countries with their immediate neighbours. It centres its argument around the fact that the global system in the 21st century has been characterized by ups and downs that have shaken the grounds of global peace and security and that growing...
Published at European Journal of Social Sciences,
Published in 2014
SF Folarin, LA Ajayi, F.O. Olanrewaju
FAITH OSASUMWEN OLANREWAJU » Faith Osasumwen Olanrewaju is a Doctoral Student and Assistant Lecturer and Researcher in the Department of Political Science and International Relations Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria. In 2005, she gained admission to study International relations in the highly prestigious Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria where she graduated in 2009 as the second best graduating student in the... view full profile
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