Month: May 2016

#4MyResearch.Com – LEARN ABOUT US

PRESS RELEASE: We want you to know about us. Our History  4MyResearch was established in 2006 as EgoBooster Books. We initially conduct researches and publish them in EgoBooster Magazine. However, from 2009 onward, we switched to full time research by generating project topics, conducting researches and commercializing them online. Our Educational Background Omotere Tope holds N.C.E.(History/C.R.S.) […]

NIGERIAN FOREIGN POLICY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SINCE INDEPENDENCE

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study The history of Nigerian foreign policy since 1960 has constantly been changing, though the principles guiding its foreign relations remain the same. Nigerian leaders are largely responsible for these unstable external relations. Since Nigeria’s foreign policy is deeply rooted in Africa with strategic emphasis on political and economic […]

IMPACT OF FOREIGN POLICY DECISION MAKING ON NIGERIA'S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, 1960-2015

RESEARCH PROPOSAL Background to the Study Independent countries use economic indices such as inflation, trade deficits, unemployment and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to measure the performance of their country’s economic development and the workability of its foreign direct investment policy. Taken together, these statistical leading indicators create a data map that countries use to define […]

Nigeria’s Foreign Policy Under Murtala/Obasanjo And Abubakar Tafawa Balewa: A Comparative Study

RESEARCH PROPOSAL Chapter One: Introduction Nigeria’s foreign policy has largely been driven by domestic forces, especially by the presiding president or head of state. This was evident in 1960 when Alhaji (Sir) Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, the then Prime Minister, made Africa the centerpiece of Nigeria’s foreign policy. In his words, we belong to Africa and […]

Reciprocity Diplomacy: Analysing the Place of Citizens in Nigeria-South Africa Relations, 1999 to 2015

RESEARCH PROPOSAL Chapter One: Introduction The recent outbreaks of civil wars and conflicts in Niger (2007), Guinea Bissau (2008-2009), Côte d’Ivoire (2011), Sudan (2009-2014), etc., have received little or no pro-active peace support operations from Nigeria. This is in sharp contrast to the past active engagement of Nigeria in the sub-region. The aggressive articulation of […]