Essentially, the book ‘Topics in Igbo
Economic History’ is an attempt to give a comprehensive examination of the
trajectory of the Igbo economic sector. Significantly, the book contains ten
distinct chapters that cover wide-ranging but interlocking themes in Igbo
economic past, through varying perspectives and scope of time. One notable
feature of this book is the dynamic nature of its ten contributors who are
well-seasoned in the fields of social sciences and h...
Augustine Agugua’s article titled
“Democratization and Citizens’ Sense of Security in Nigeria”
examines varying issues on the sense of security among Nigerians since the
beginning of the Fourth Republic
in 1999. Essentially, this review aims at discussing major themes and subtopics
as simplified by Agugua in his article. In the article, Agugua has brilliantly
divided the major issues in his article into different headings, and this gives
its readers a great sense of clarity.
Essentially, the economic development of Southeast Asian countries –
especially Malaysia and Indonesia – since 1945 when the Second World War came to an end
is the result of sound economic policies and the emergence of Foreign Direct
Investments (FDI) in these economies. Indeed, these policies have had drastic
impacts and played remarkable roles in the development of the economies of
Southeast Asian countries of Malaysia and Indonesia. In essence, this paper exam...
played a significant role in the First and Second World Wars. Indeed, it is
evident that America was more involved in World War II than World War I.
This paper would
discuss the various roles America played in both wars, examining the nature of
America’s alignment, reasons for its alignments, the roles of America in the
formation of the League of Nations and the United Nations, the status or the prominence of America during both wars and reasons why America played limited
Said Omani influence was on the rise in Zanzibar.
Before this, the Portuguese invaded and defeated the local rulers of Zanzibar
and took control of almost all the coast of East Africa
between 15 to the 17th century. The Portuguese first conquered Zanzibar
followed by the falling of other coastal settlements. However, Portuguese
domination in the East African area was short lived as the Omani’s annexed Zanzibar
and many other coastal towns to their empire that was ruled f...