INTERROGATING NIGERIA’S INTERNATIONAL ROLE CONCEPTIONS IN AN AGE OF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE
Nigeria’s foreign policy from independence has been proactively African. This implies that Nigeria imposes on itself the burden of committing its resources to helping Africa out socio-economically and politically. While this has come under vigorous scrutiny and sharp criticisms because of its huge cost for national development; Nigeria’s African and international roles have tended to be a...
Published at African Journal of Social Policy and Administration, Volume 5, Number 1.
Published in 2012
Dr. Sheriff F. Folarin, Mr. Bankole Ogundeji, & Lady Adaina Yartey
Olorunyomi Bankole Robert » Olorunyomi Bankole Robert is a lecturer in the Department of Political Science and International Relations, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State. He holds his first degree in Political Science from University of Ibadan and Masters in International Relations from the same University. And also had PhD from Covenant University. view full profile
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