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
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...
Happening now at the conference chamber of the NIIA is one of its Distinguished Lecture Series... This time around, the NIIA is playing host to His Highness Muhammad Sanusi II, CON 14th Emir of Kano and Grand Khalifa Tijaniyya of Nigeria. The revered 14th Emir is...
The NIIA invites you to its Distinguished Lecture Series Topic: Managing National Security and Law Enforcement Intelligence in a Globalized World. Guest Lecturer: Mr Yusuf Magaji Bichi (CFR) DG State Security Services Date: October 12th, 2023 Kindly check poster for...
Be our Guest at the NIIA as we would love to welcome you to our Panel Discussion Organized by the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Nigeria and the NIIA on ''Africa in the International Arena and the Search for Relevance. Check poster for further details!!!
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