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1985

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An Analysis Of Antagonistic Foreign Policies And Their Contribution To The Creation Of Displaced People In Africa, 1975-1982, Solomon Terfa Jul 1985

An Analysis Of Antagonistic Foreign Policies And Their Contribution To The Creation Of Displaced People In Africa, 1975-1982, Solomon Terfa

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Displaced people in Africa who are the product of antagonistic foreign policies have been unjustifiably labeled refugees. The displaced people in the Horn, South western and "Heart of Africa" are only victims of external aggression who did the natural thing under the circumstances i.e. flee into safety.

This study will analyze and synthesize the causes and objectives of the foreign policies of the principal countries, namely, Somalia and Ethiopia; Zaire and Angola' and Libya and Chad chapter by chapter with the intention of unravelling the root cause of the problem. It goes without saying that the motive behind the ...


Nigeria-United States Relations With Respect To Their Perspectives On Political Change In Africa: The Cases Of Angola, Zimbabwe, Namibia, And South Africa, Aig. Smart Uhakheme May 1985

Nigeria-United States Relations With Respect To Their Perspectives On Political Change In Africa: The Cases Of Angola, Zimbabwe, Namibia, And South Africa, Aig. Smart Uhakheme

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This study centers around Nigeria-United States relations with respect to their perspectives on political change in Africa. It is premised on the assumption that international politics is generally a mix of conflictual and cooperative relationships. It is in this context that the study examines Nigeria-United States perspectives, and the positions taken by both countries on the issue of political change in Africa, using Angola, Zimbabwe, Namibia and South Africa as case studies.

The study shows that, at the level of diplomatic rhetoric, there seems to be a shared perspective on political change between Nigeria and the United States. However, underneath ...


An Analysis Of The Role Of The Organization Of African Unity In Settlement Of Intra-Regional Conflict: The Case Of The Republic Of Chad, Aniekut Bassey Ukoh Jr. May 1985

An Analysis Of The Role Of The Organization Of African Unity In Settlement Of Intra-Regional Conflict: The Case Of The Republic Of Chad, Aniekut Bassey Ukoh Jr.

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The purpose of this study is to critically analyze the role of the Organization of African Unity in finding a peaceful settlement for intra-regional conflict using the Republic of Chad as a case study. It is a truism that since the Republic of Chad gained independence from France in 1960, the Chadians have not witnessed any political stability.

This study is premised on the assumption that the root cause of the conflict in Chad is due to French colonialism and neo-colonialism that have continued to impinge upon the Chadians even after political independence had been achieved; that the inability of ...