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Nigeria’s Strategic Interests In Africa: A Critical Analysis of Contemporary Strategic Studies
This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the nature and dynamics of Nigeria’s strategic interests in Africa. Nigeria since independence in 1960 has always declared Africa as the centrepiece of her foreign policy. She overstreched her self and behaved like a “Santa clause”.
The study has carefully analysed the challenges facing Nigeria in her pursuit of strategic interest in Africa. Nigeria’s capability to realise her strategic interest in Africa is often constrained by the presence and activities of extra-regional and regional actors and their surrogates.
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