“Cultural Plurality, National Integration and the Security Dilemma in Nigeria”
The cultural plurality of the Nigerian State has been a major factor in the make-up of the policy environment as well as policy frameworks of national leadership from independence. Cultural pluralism could be a uniting or divisive factor, and for Nigeria, it has been more instrumental in the challenge of nationhood, culminating in a Civil War, agitations for state creation, sovereign national...
Published at Covenant University Journal of Politics and International Affairs (CUJPIA)
Published in 2014
Folarin, S.F, Olanrewaju, I.P & Ajayi, L.A
AJAYI Lady Adaina » Lady Adaina Ajayi (nee Yartey) is a faculty and researcher in the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Covenant University, Nigeria. She earned her doctoral degree in International Relations with a focus on the effectiveness of homegrown versus transplanted human rights regimes in protecting women's rights. Specifically, her work examined the impact of the Violence... view full profile
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