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Debt Relief and Nigeria’s Diplomacy

This book traces the trajectory of the nation’s descent into great indebtedness and the crises of managing the debt. It also provides deeper understanding of the twists and turns in the nation’s debt relief campaign.

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PERM. SEC. MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS VISITS NIIA

PERM. SEC. MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS VISITS NIIA

The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Olakunle Bamgbose in company with his entourage visited the NIIA on Thursday 22nd February at about 1.30 pm. He was received by the Director General and Management Staff of the Institute. The Permanent...

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SOUTH AFRICAN CONSUL GENERAL’S VISIT TO NIIA

SOUTH AFRICAN CONSUL GENERAL’S VISIT TO NIIA

The Consul General, South Africa High Commission His Excellency Mr Darkey Africa today paid a courtesy visit to the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs to discuss issues bordering on Nigeria-South Africa Partnership. The Director General, Professor Bukar...

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Lecture on China’s Increasing Role in Africa

Professor Osita Agbu, Head, Division of International Politics, delivered a lecture on “China’s Increasing Role in Africa”, for Course 25 participants of the National Defence College, (NDC), Abuja on Tuesday 17th of January, 2017

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