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.
International Economic Relations
NIIA SEMINAR SERIES
The NIIA is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Seminar on Self-Determination and Secessionism in Postcolonial States (Reflections on Solutions from Peace and Conflict Studies. Guest Lecturer: Prof. Fonkem Achankeng. Professor, College of Education &...
Unwritten Rules of NURTW/PMS
Laurent Fourchard is Research Professor at the Centre for International Studies (CERI) at the Urban School of Sciences Po, Paris, France. His research is located at the intersection of comparative urban studies, African history, and African politics. He combines...
VIRTUAL ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION TO MARK THE UNITED NATIONS INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2023
The Nigerian Institute of International Affairs (NIIA) organized a roundtable on Wednesday, 8th March 2023 to mark the International Women’s Day. The theme for the roundtable is “Digital Technology and Inclusion in Nigeria: Opportunities, Barriers and Best Practices...
WEBINAR ON CRISIS IN NIGERIA?
Crisis in Nigeria? x-rays the state of Nigeria in the run-up towards the 2023 elections. It considers the political, socio-economic, and ethno-religious crisis and the various institutions saddled with stemming the tide for the smooth conduct of the 2023 elections. It...
NIIA SEMINAR SERIES
The Nigerian Institute of International Affairs held its weekly Seminar Series on February 2, 2023. The seminar presenter was Prof. Rotimi Suberu, a renowned Professor of Political Science from the University of Ibadan with specialization in Federalism and...
REPORT OF THE MARITIME SECURITY MANAGEMENT COURSE (MSMC 1
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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.
Finally, at the Institute, we encourage an open exchange of ideas, cooperation with individuals, corporate bodies, and governments in the pursuit of our mandate.
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Call for Articles for possible publication in the Nigerian Journal of International Affairs and the Nigerian Forum.