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  • The Effects of Nigeria's Membership of the World Trade Organization (WTO) on the Textile Industry in Nigeria 

    Udeoji, Ebele Angela (2015-06-05)
    This study examined the political and economic factors that influenced the Nigerian membership of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the effects of the membership on the textiles industry since 1995. It also identified ...
  • An Appraisal of the Conduct of Nigeria's Foreign Policy from 1999 to 2003 

    Olaleye, Olabisi Oluremi (2015-05-05)
    This study examined how Nigeria's foreign policy was conducted in a democratic setting between 1999 and 2003. The study further assessed the effects of Nigeria's socio-political and economic situations on the country's ...
  • Nuclear Threat in Africa: What Option for Nigeria. 

    Oyedepo, Hezekiah Bamidele Olatunji (Obafemi Awolowo University, 1986)
    Africa was left out of nuclear debate until recently today; South Africa is known to have engaged in a lot of nuclear activities. This development has generated some concern in Africa because it is seen as a ploy to delay ...
  • Nigeria's Policy towards South Africa (1960-1979). 

    Bakare, Kolawole Muheeb (Obafemi Awolowo University, 1985)
    Nigeria's policy towards South Africa's obnoxious apartheid system is the focus of this study. Pinpointing and examining some of the factors responsible for the country's stance on apartheid policy, this four chapter study ...
  • Nigerian Petroleum Policy and External Relations. 

    Soremekun, Olukayode (Obafemi Awolowo University, 1984)
    This study is on Nigerian Petroleum Policy and External Relations. It utilizes Michael Brecher's theoretical frame -work to analyses the various inter-play of forces in the internal and external environment of the Nigerian ...
  • Nigeria, France and the Francophone States: the Joy and Anguish of a Regional Power 

    Bamitale, Omole (Obafemi Awolowo University Press, 2010-05-25)
    To interrogate this Inaugural Lecture, which is entitled "Nigeria, France and the Francophone States: The Joy and Anguish of a Regional Power", I propose to do three things. First, I will examine grosso modo, the concept ...
  • The Anguish of Dependent Regionalism 

    Onwuka, R.I. (1991)
    International Relations is a field of study that is steadily passing through a process of re-definition and reformation. It is an unfenced area of discipline in social science. Originally, International Relations produced ...
  • Africa and the Middle East: the Politics of Asymmetry 

    Olusola, Ojo (Obafemi Awolowo University Press, 1997-06-10)
    The operation of the contemporary international system involves a very complex web, of relationships among states and the other actors 'in the system. The scope, intensity, regularity and tile nature of each state's ...