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1. The Legislative Framework: A Path to Peace in Ethnically Divided Communities in Warri Conflict Area

2. Communal Conflicts in Nasarawa State, North Central Nigeria: A Socio-Contextual Rethink

3. Hydro-geopolitics and conflicts among the ‘traditional states’ of the Nun River Basin, Ndop Plain (North-West Cameroon)

4. Terrorism and Abrahamic Religious Tradition: A Focus on Boko Haram Islamic Fundamentalism in the North-Eastern Nigeria

5. January 2022 Issue

6. Institutional corruption as the bane of critical infrastructure protection in Nigeria

7. Persistent Conflict and Perceived Post-Conflict Peacebuilding in Southern Kaduna Region of Nigeria

8. The roaming threats: The security dimension of Almajiris’ mobility in Nigeria and its implications for Africa’s regional security

9. Migrants and the Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons in Third World Countries: A Study of North-Eastern Nigeria Since 1999

10. Understanding Niger Delta’s violence from a World-Ecology perspective

11. The National Police Service and Nigeria’s Woes

12. The Impact of Corruption on Nigerian Enterprises' Performance: An Empirical Study

13. Elections and Democratic Deficits in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic: A Commentary

14. The Dominance of Terrorism: Aspects of the Socio-Political Challenges in Post-Independence West AfricA: Nigeria, Burkina Faso and Mali

15. Main Trends of Terrorism in Africa Towards 2025

16. The Gender-Based Violence as an Instrument of Warfare in Armed Conflicts

17. Volume 70 Issue 1

18. Nigeria and the Great Powers: The Impacts of

19. The State at a Traffic Jam: Resource Endowment and the Challenges of National Development in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic

20. Between Nation-Building and Contestation for Power: The Place of Party Politics in Nigeria, 1923-2019

21. Campaigns and Electioneering: Reflecting on the 2015 General Elections in Nigeria

22. “Sweat is invisible in the rain”: Civilian Joint Task Force and counter-insurgency in Borno State, Nigeria

23. Statelessness Determination Procedures Towards a Bespoke Procedure for Nigeria


25. Reappraising Conflict Trends in Nigeria amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

26. Gender, Peacebuilding and Entrepreneurship

27. Threat of Secession

28. Applying Restorative Justice in Resolving the Farmers-Herdsmen Conflict in Nigeria

29. Students’ Union–Management Relations and Conflict Resolution Mechanisms in Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

30. Of Marauders and Brigands: Scoping the Threat of Rural Banditry in Nigeria’s North West

31. Vigilante Groups and Policing in a Democratizing NigeriA: Navigating the Context and Issues

32. Economy of the Third World and Search for Greener Pastures in the Desert: Focus on Nigeria and Her Neighbours

33. Between Domestic and Global Politics: The Determinants of Eritrea’s Successful Secession

34. Good Governance and Accountability: An Assessment of the Media’s Role in Achieving Transparency in the 2019 General Elections in Nigeria

35. Remembering the Massacre of Civilians in Aniomaland During the Nigerian Civil War

36. Justice for the Rich, Judgement for the Poor: ‘Elite Immunity’, Rampant Impunity and the Administration of Criminal Justice in Nigeria

37. Afrocentrism and Regional Leadership: An Approach to the Identity of Nigerian Foreign Policy

38. Post-Authoritarian Nigeria: Democratizing Under Pervasive Corruption

39. Religious Extremism in Nigeria: Boko Haram as Case Study

40. Unpacking Nigerias Peace Efforts During the Second Cycle of the Liberian Conflict

41. Nigeria's Elections Do Not a Democracy Make

42. Counter Terrorist Trends and Analyses (CTTA) – Volume 11 Issue 02: Geographically Diverse, Organisationally Complex and Gender Inclusive Islamist Terrorist Landscape

43. The Migrant Crisis in Libya and the Nigeria Experience

44. Communal Conflict, Communal Peacemaking and Governmental Intervention in Nigeria

45. Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria

46. Pervasive Intra-Party Conflicts in a Democratising Nigeria

47. March 2018 Issue

48. ‘Land Bandits’ or ‘Land Grabbers’: Fulani Herdsmen and Local Farmers Incessant Bloody Clashes in Nigeria

49. Chinese Investment and Its Implications for Nigeria’s Economic Security

50. Post-Conflict Peace-Building in a Contested International Border: The Nigeria-Cameroon Border Conflict Settlement and Matters Arising

51. Practice and Perils of Vote Buying in Nigeria’s Recent Elections

52. Understanding the Herder-Farmer Conflict in Nigeria

53. Harnessing Gender Transformative Opportunities within Humanitarian Crises

54. Conflict Implications of Coal Mining and Environmental Pollution in South Africa

55. Mainstreaming Corruption Poverty and Development in Nigeria

56. Attractions and Limitations of Nigeria’s Soft Power

57. Nigeria’s Leadership Role Quests: The Race of the Crippled

58. Democratic Governance and the Frightening Impact of Corruption in Contemporary Nigerian Society

59. Journal of Public and International Affairs 2017

60. Domestic Environment Variables and Foreign Policy Articulation of the Buhari Administration in Nigeria's Fourth Republic

61. ‘Vote not Fight’

62. Blurring ‘the Other’

63. Resurgence of Militancy in Ogoniland: Socio-Economic Perspective

64. Ethnic and religious crises in Nigeria: A specific analysis upon identities (1999-2013)

65. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Fall 2015

66. Money and War: Corruption as the Hidden Enemy of Mission Success

67. The Military And The Challenge Of Democratic Consolidation In Nigeria: Positive Skepticism And Negative Optimism

68. Is the Pivot Doomed? The Resilience of America's Strategic 'Rebalance'

69. In the Shadow of the States: The Informalities of Chinese Petty Entrepreneurship in Nigeria

70. One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: The Political Culture Of Corruption And Cleanups In Nigeria

71. Le conflit frontalier Cameroun-Nigeria dans le lac Tchad : les enjeux de l'île de Darak, disputée et partagée

72. Sino-African Encounters in Ghana and Nigeria: From Conflict to Conviviality and Mutual Benefit

73. The Effect of Age on Conditional Fecundability in Nigeria

74. The Nigerian State as an equilibrium of violence: An explanation of the Boko Haram insurgency in Northern Nigeria

75. Terrorism and governance crisis: The Boko Haram experience in Nigeria

76. Nigeria united in grief; divided in response: Religious terrorism, Boko Haram, and the dynamics of state response

77. Investment Power in Africa: Where from and where to?

78. Nigeria: Poised to Reap the Benefits of Good Governance

79. The Beautiful Tree: A Personal Journey Into How the World's Poorest People Are Educating Themselves


81. Game of Hope: Pool Betting in Nigeria

82. Mojeed Olujinmi A. Alabi and Wahab Olasupo Egbewole (eds.) Perspectives on the Legislature in the Government of Nigeria (Kingdom of Morocco African Training and Research Centre in Administration for Development, 2010).

83. UN Security Council, Report of the Committee on the Admission of New Members Concerning Palestine's Application for Membership to the UN , New York, 11 November 2011.

84. Lost in translation: why Nigeria's police don't implement democratic reforms

85. Boko Haram's Dangerous Expansion into Northwest Nigeria

87. Big problems but a big future

88. Clean Trade in Natural Resources

89. The Borders of Islam: Exploring Samuel Huntingtons's Faultlines, from Al-Andalus to the Virtual Ummah

90. Oil Resources, Militancy, and the Post-Amnesty Challenges in the Niger Delta, Nigeria

91. Amending the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999

92. The Filmmaker

93. Anwar al-'Awlaqi: Profile of a Jihadi Radicalizer

94. Striking the Balance in Our Relations with Yemen

95. Response to Watts - 2

96. Amenazas a la estabilidad en la Nigeria actual

97. Sustained Economic Growth: Do Institutions Matter, and Which One Prevails?

98. The Internationalization of Oil Violence in the Niger Delta of Nigeria

99. Global (Re)vision: Musical Imagination in African America

100. The Middle East and Religious Fundamentalism as a Source of Identity-Based Conflicts