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Beyond fifty years of Nigerias foreign policy

issues, challenges, and prospects

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        StatementNigerian Institute of International Affairs
        PublishersNigerian Institute of International Affairs
        LC Classifications2010
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        Paginationxvi, 84 p. :
        Number of Pages59
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There have been many of these workers. Some of them were patriotic and honest Nigerians who had done many great things for the country. The embarrassing situation stemming from inadequate financing of the foreign mission is further exacerbated by the shameful developments in some Nigerian embassies abroad where diplomats are compelled to embark on some sort of industrial actions having complained severally in vain over unpaid salaries.

Second, the failure of the economic diplomacy of Gen. With the advent of democracy, and the subsequent election and swearing-in of President Olusegun Obasanjo on May 29, 1999, debt relief became one of the cardinal objectives of the new government.

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constructive and beneficial concentricism therefore, fills this gap in foreign policy thrust. This has to change for the country not to fail. The integrative efforts of Gowon with the establishment of ECOWAS and the financial and moral assistance to neighbouring West African countries were remarkable. Ibadan: John Archers Publishers Limited. At a point in bilateral relations, the USA exhibited an ambivalent diplomatic attitude as they refused to sell arms to Nigeria as well as provide technical support in form of intelligence sharing and military corporation in the fight against Islamic extremist group Boko Haram citing gross and widespread human rights abuses by the Nigerian military which is inconsistent with USA laws.

For instance, argued that the decision by Babangida to make Nigeria a full member of a largely Islamic grouping of states generated considerable opposition at home and remains one of the most highly contentious and unresolved issues in the country till date.

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Nigerian Foreign Policy: Alternative Futures. The anger of the staff in Washington almost got replicated by other consular staff in Atlanta and New York, who had not been paid for six months. Inferences were drawn from writings and commentaries of other scholars.

1983 Introduction to International relations, Ibadan, Macmillan. In other words, the understanding is reciprocal and didactic. O 1998 Economic Interests, Party and Ideology in Early Cold War Era U. Nigeria should uphold its national interest as a premise for relations with other states. Call Our Instant Help Desk on and Get Your Complete Project Material Instantly. 2 STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM Diplomatic relations between Nigeria and the US in the Fourth Republic 1999 to 2016 have been marred by ups and down, progressive and regressive character.

African Journal of Social Sciences 2013 Volume 3 Number 4 An assessment of the diplomatic relation between Nigeria and United State of America in the fourth republic. 1980 et al Many Voices, One World.