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In the attempt to ‘stimulate an understanding of the philosophical, historical, contemporary and futuristic dimensions of Nigeria’s foreign policy, the NIIA found it pertinent to organize a national conference on the theme of the alternative futures for Nigeria’s foreign policy.
This conference, which was part of the activities that marked the fortieth anniversary of the Institute’s founding, brought together a number of distinguished practitioners, analysts and scholars in Nigeria’s foreign policy and international relations to deliberate upon the various thematic dimensions of Nigeria’s foreign policy.
This book is an outcome of that conference. It documents the insightful and scholarly deliberations, of this august occasion, on the broad and deep dimensions of the country’s foreign policy as it makes a landmark contribution to the study of Nigeria’s international relations at a time that is characterized by a dearth of publications in that area.
U. Joy Ogwu is Professor of Political Science/international Relations and Director-General of the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs. – Author of the book “Nigeria’s Foreign Policy: Alternative Futures”, 1986, she has co-edited several works and published widely in scholarly journals. She serves on the Nigerian Presidential Advisory Council on International Relations, PAC, the LIN Secretary General’s Advisory Board on Disarmament Matters and on the Board of Regents of Covenant University, Ota.