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Articles in Press

Original Peer Review Articles

  • Nwodo Joseph Amechi ; PhD, LL.M, BL, LL.B, PhD, Onah Hyginus Chinweuba PhD, LL.M, PGDE, BL, LL.B, Diploma Anaesthesia, RN.

    The study examined Nigerian Government Commitment to R2P principle in relation to military actions in the South East, focusing on Egwu Eke and Operation Udoka. The Nigerian military has conducted various operations in the South East region of the country to combat pro-separatist groups such as

    1-14
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10008514
  • Dr. Anthony Rufus

    Modern politics in Nigeria has been characterized by blame-games with ingenious offensive and defensive dramatic performances by various individuals or political party faithful and actors. It's quite unthinkable how successive governments try to count and recount the failures of administrations

    15-25
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10517706