The NIIA held a diplomatic roundtable discussion on Pakistan-Nigeria relations and ways the two countries can foster strong relationships. The two countries are seeking to advance bilateral relationships as well as build strategic partnerships between the two nations.
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The NIIA invites the general public to its Distinguished Lecture Series. Guest Lecturer: Vice Admiral Emmanuel Ogalla (Chief of Naval Staff) Date: Friday, 8th December, 2023 Time: 12 noon venue: NIIA Auditorium See poster for more details....
The NIIA in collaboration with the Peace Building Development Consult invites the general public to participate in its International Security Management Course (ISMC) IV Theme: Emerging Security and Economic Issues in the Ecowas Sub-Region Date: December 6th-8th, 2023...
It is hardly less difficult to demonstrate that major changes have been at work in the global system, changes of sufficient magnitude to suggest the emergence of new global structures, processes and patterns. The seemingly daily occurrences of unexpected developments...
Aside revenue generation, the other core objectives of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), is to facilitate legitimate trade, suppress smuggling and ensure Ease of Doing Business (EoDB) within Nigeria and African Subregion. Over the years, plethora factors have been...
The Nigerian Institute of International Affairs (NIIA) wishes to announce the indefinite postponement of the 'Distinguished Lecture Series ' earlier scheduled for Thursday, 26th October, 2023. A new date for the event will be communicated later. All inconveniences...
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The idea of the NIIA as conceived by the founding fathers was ‘to provide a nursery of ideas on what direction in international affairs Nigeria should take, as well as ‘to provide a meeting ground for people of all nations and a rich soil for the cross-fertilization of their minds’. This is accomplished through painstaking research, conferences, seminars, workshop, roundtable discussions, and public lectures on crucial issues in world affairs.
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