The challenge of political and economic leadership of Nigeria in the West African Sub-Region 1914-1988
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School of Postgraduate Studies of the University of Lagos, Akoka
Africa's remains the centre-piece of Nigeria's foreign policy. The nation leaders, since independence, had attested to this but Nigeria's foreign policy, both in formulation and implementation, is conditioned by certain basic factors. The country is vast in geographical area and has considerable human and material resources. By the force of circumstances, Nigeria clearly dominates its immediate neighbours.
Africa , Nigeria's foreign policy , Political and economic leadership , Country's national interest , Research Subject Categories::HUMANITIES and RELIGION::History and philosophy subjects
Adejo, A.M. (1992). The challenge of political and economic leadership of Nigeria in the West African Sub-Region 1914-1988. A thesis submitted to the School of Postgraduate Studies University of Lagos for the award of the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Department of History, 529p.