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Identity Politics and the Search for an Ethnic Consensus: Indigenizing a Canadian Model for Nigeria
Since the end of military rule in 1999, Nigerians have intensified the search for a new structural, organisational, and administrative paradigm for their nation. Various interest groups have made strident calls for ...
Regional Integration in Southeast Asia: modelling for African integration
(University of Lagos Press, 2006)
The Southeast Asian region, which is the focus of this chapter, has been actively involved in the re- awakening and intensification of regionalism and regional integration. The ten countries in the region—Cambodia, ...
Canada and the origin of NATO: resolving a historiographical problematic
The historiography of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, NATO, has grown tremendously since the pact was signed in 1949. One notable feature of this historiography is the breadth of its range and diversity and ...
Constructing a nation through the constitutional process: the Canadian experience
The paper seeks to contribute to the search for the appropriate constitutional framework by drawing on the experience of Canada, a country that has used the constitutional process to resolve the contradictions of ...
Nigeria and the Commonwealth
(Nigerian Institute of International Affairs (NIIA), 2004)
This article examines Nigeria’s relations and connections with the Commonwealth. It focuses on a number of questions: why did Nigeria join the organisation at independence? What role has the organisation played in ...