Research Papers/Topics in History and International Studies

Maritime Piracy And Socio-Economic Life Of The People In Bosaso, Puntland, Somalia

ABSTRACT  This study was instigated with the intent to investigate the influence that maritime piracy ha on socioeconomic life in BosaS01 Puntland1 Somalia. Socioeconomic life in Bosaso had to the time been characterized with low tourism/ poor business prospects and low personal security. The study was guided by three objectives 1) to assess the forms of maritime piracy in Bosaso 2) To determine the level of socioeconomic life in BosaS01 Puntland1 Somalia 3) to establish a relationship betwe...

HIS 206: Latin America from the 15th to the 19th Century

ABSTRACT  Migration in Latin America comes in several phases;it could be inter-regional or inter-continental depending where our focus is directed.This particular assertion could be looked at in two different perspective the first perspective from the first Europeans who discovered the new world then the second is according to CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS' view of what he discovered in the new world when he arrived. This paper is focusing on the migration of various groups of people and different ra...

Insecurity and Challenges of Human Capital for Sustainable Development in Nigeria: A Graphic Analysis

The security situation in Nigeria appears to be speaking unintelligible language only terrorists and insurgencies can understand that is elusive to conventional security. Without security, a country is at the mercy of innumerable threats, and thus vulnerable, and, most crucially, the human capital for sustainable development becomes a quagmire. This paper however identified human capital as driver of sustainable development and veritable tool for national investment. The expression is that th...

The Conflict between the Refugees and the Host Communities. A Case Study of Nakivale Uganda

ABSTRACT  The study examined the conflict between the refugees and the host communities situated in Nakivale Refugee Camp — Uganda. this was guided by the following objectives;- to examine the origin of conflict between the refugees and the Uganda host communities, to examine the nature of conflicts between the refugees and the Uganda host communities and to assess the social, economic and political impact of the conflict on both the Uganda refugees and the host communities around Nakivale...

War, Conflict, and its Impact in the Greater Horn Of Africa: A Case Study of South Sudan

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATIONAPPROVALDEDICATION iiiACKNOWLEDGMENTS ivTABLE OF CONTENTS vLIST OF ACRONYMS viiiABSTRACTCHAPTER ONE 1INTRODUCTION 11 .0 Introduction1.1 Background Information 11.2 Statement of the Problem 31.3 Objectives of the study 41.4 Research Questions 41.5 Research Hypothesis 51.6 Significance of the study1.7 Scope of the Study 61.8 Conceptual Framework 61.9 Limitations of the study 8.10 Operational Definition of Terms 9CHAPTER TWO 10LITERATURE REVIEW 102.0 Introduction 102....

Sujay The Indo-Europeanization of the world Addendum FINAL

This is an addendum to the published paper "The Indo-Europeanization of the world from a Central Asian homeland" published in 2015 by Macrothink institute  

The Effects of Boko Haram Insurgency on Human Security in Nigeria.

Abstract The spate of violent attacks by the Boko Haram terrorist group in recent times has been characterized by series of abductions, killings of both civilians and military personnel, destructions and burning of houses, schools, health care centers, places of  worship and farms, these has no doubt plunged the country into a devastating state of  insecurity. The basics of food, health, shelter, education and protection which constitute security to the human individual primarily, has there...

The Roles of Feminist Writers in the Society, a Case Study of Mariana Ba, So Long a Letter and Aminata Sawfall, Berger's Strike.

This paper seeks to analyze the impact of the above feminist writers through their books in the society,how they helped the African woman to know her worth as well as her place in the society.

Implications of Boko Haram Terrorism in the North-East

ABSTRACT Boko Haram is an Islamist-jihadist organization that has adopted a violent way kidnapping, slaughtering and killings of innocent people, bombing of mosque, churches, institutions and other governmental parastatals mainly in the northeast Nigeria all in the name of religion, then to a political matter, making it difficult to know its vision and mission. This study explores the implications of the Boko Haram terrorist activities on the northeast Nigeria’s development. The central arg...

Comparison and Contrast Between the Strategic Theories of Clausewitz and Sun Tzu

Introduction Strategic theories also known as Treatises are the theoretical - Know-how associated with the planning and execution of warfare. Warfare encompasses physical contest between belligerents. Warfare involves the processes with executing war Carl Von Clausewitz being European drew his experience from personal experience in the European and Napoleonic Wars where he fought as a combatant soldier but was popularly known  as a War- Strategist Sun  Tzuonthe  otherhand,drawinghis...

Discuss the Notion of Humanity and Do You Agree that the Supposed Vagueness of the 1994 UNDP’s Definition of Human Security Undermine its Effectiveness?

Human security is an outgrowth  the fundamental rights of the human.  Security hitherto to the founding of human security was state centric, it has defined on the premise of the Westphalian state system. However, given the occurrence of wars that have left individuals as victims and the use of state power oppress civil liberties the need arose for the protection of humans and the U.S along with the U.N championed this course and birthed “human security” as an adjunct of security. Tabl...

Introducing Anthropological Historiography as an integral component of Twenty-first Century Historiography: The role played by Anthropological Historiography in the attainment of long-term

This paper is the last in our trilogy on Twenty-First Century Historiography. It attempts to bring all our endeavours to their logical culmination and as such may be construed to be our apotheosis in this regard. The first paper proposed a basic approach for Historiography in the Twenty-first Century and laid out the basic objectives of Twenty-first Century Historiography. The second paper laid out the core principles of Twenty-first Century Historiography, and these were seen a necessary adj...

Money and Politics in Nigeria

INTRODUCTION The most populous country in Africa, Nigeria is a country of 140 million inhabitants, broken into 250 ethnic/linguistic groups. Nigeria is often characterized by poor governance, corruption and social injustice, manifestations apparent in all facets of Nigerian society. This notwithstanding, however, Nigerians always appreciated the importance of good governance. However, long years of military rule slowed development of democratic values and a culture of transparency and account...

A Social History Of The San Of Tsholotsho District Ward 7 And 10 From The Colonial Era To Independence - 2017.

Abstract This study focuses on the social life of the San people of Tsholotsho District ward 7 and 10 from the colonial era up to independence. The study seeks to bring to attention the plight of San people who as one of world‟s oldest indigenous groups has consistently suffered domination, discrimination, cultural assimilation by other social groups. Their history has not been documented because they have never had any contact with technology and modernization they have been widely margina...


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