Political Science And International Relations Research Papers/Topics

United Nations Higher Commissioner For Refugees In The Provision And ~Eliv1~Ry Of Education: ~A Case Study Of Nakivale Refugee Settlement, Uganda

ABSTRACTThis research report focused United Nations higher commissioner for refugees in the provision and delivery of education: a case study of Nakivale refugee s~tlement, Uganda. The following objectives were tested to determine the types of education service offered by UNHCR in Nakivale refugee settlement, Isin!giro district, to examine how refugees perceive the educationoffered by UNHCR in Nakivale refugee settlement, Isingiro district and to determine thC challenges f...

South Sudan Crisis and Children Rights Protection~ A Case Study of Jonglei State

Table of contentsDeclarationApproval HiDedicationAcknowledgement vTable of contents viAbstract ixCHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY1.0 Introduction1.1 Background of the Study 21.2 Statement of the Problem 61.3 Purpose of the Study 71.4 Objectives of the Stuc 71.5 Research Questions 71.6 Scope of the Study 81.6.1. Geographical Scope 81.6.2. Content Scope 81.6.3. Time Scope 81.7 Significance of the Study 81.8 Conceptual frameworkCHAPTER TWO 10LITERATURE REVIEW 102.0 Introduction 102.1 Factors...

The Geopolitics of Access to Oil Resources: The Case of Uganda

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATION ........................................................................................................................ iAPPROVAL .............................................................................................................................. iiDEDICATION .......................................................................................................................... iiiACKNOWLEDGEMENTS .........................................................

MENACE OF CORRUPTION AND ITS SOCIO-POLITICAL CUM ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS ON NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN SUB-SAHARA AFRICA: THE CASE OF NIGERIA

Abstract: Do the cases of corruption in Sub-Sahara Africa have any implication on national development? Providing a logical answer to this question motivated the call for this paper. Imperatively, the paper examined how the various cases of corruption in Sub-Sahara Africa, specifically; Nigeria have partly influenced national development in the specific areas of socio-political and economic activities. The paper is both descriptive and qualitative, it made use of data gathered ...

Crisis Reflection: Appraising the Effects of Nigeria’s Undemocratic Leadership Character on Her International Image

Abstract: Attempts to address Nigeria’s image crisis over the decades have encountered serious challenges. Not even the pronounced Late Prof. Dora Akunyili’s image rebranding policy of ‘Great Nation, Great People’ could redirect the international perception of the country for better. Thus, the paper investigated how the manifestation of undemocratic leadership character in Nigeria contributed to this endemic quagmire. The paper is descriptive in typology and hinged on q...

Global Terrorism: Appraising The Effect of Boko Haram Menace on Nigeria’s International Security Profile

Abstract: Terrorism arising from Boko Haram menace has been prevalent in Nigeria despite the various efforts of Nigerian government and International Community towards fighting the group. Imperatively, the study examined the effects of Boko Haram menace on Nigeria’s international security profile in the specific areas of her diplomatic relations, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) into Nigeria, Military relations, hospitality and foreign perception of Nigeria’s tourist industr...

Problem Of secession Cum Separatism In Nigeria: The Pre-Democracy And Democratic Marginalization Of The Igbos

ABSTRACT: Could the various evidence of marginalization in pre-democracy and democratic era of Nigeria be the major factors that motivated the separatists’ agitation by the Biafra cum Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB)? Providing an empirical answer to this problematic statement cum question called for this paper. Imperatively, the paper investigated how the evidence of marginalization rooted in Nigeria pre-democracy and democratic regimes partly contributed to the separ...

SEPARATISTS’ STRATEGY: APPRAISING THE EFFECTS OF IPOB MONDAY SIT-AT-HOME ORDER ON POLITICAL ECONOMY (SOCIO-POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES) OF THE SOUTH-EAST REGION OF NIGERIA

Abstract: The paper examined the effects of IPOB Monday sit-at-home order on political economy of the South-East region of Nigeria. Imperatively, the paper investigated the effects of IPOB Monday sit-at-home on socio-political and economic activities of the Southeast￾Nigeria in the specific areas of commercial activities; market operations, transportations, educational system, Banks, Government institutions among others. The paper is descriptive and aligned with qualitat...

Nigerian Government Responses to the Menace of Boko Haram and Nigeria’s Status in the Global Security Rankings (2009- 2019)

Abstract: Could the various responses cum efforts made by Nigerian government in recent years towards tackling her major security challenge (Boko Haram terrorism) be described as diverse hope of trepidation? Providing a logical answer to this fundamental question necessitated the need for this paper. Hinging on the foregoing, the paper examined the various efforts of Nigerian government towards combating Boko Haram menace in three (3) different regimes and the extent to which the responses...

Diplomatic Immunities and Violation of the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)

Abstract: The paper investigated the immunities given to diplomats in the course of their diplomatic mission and the areas which it has violatedthe United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). Imperatively, the paper examinedthe effects of the abuse of diplomatic immunities as against some of the articles of United Nations'UDHR in the specific areas of right to life, freedom and safety; freedom from slavery; infliction of torture and inhuman treatment; r...

The Role of Civil Society Organ1sation in The Democratic Process in Uganda: A Case Study of World Action

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATION .2APPROVAL 3DEDICATION 4ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 5ABSTRACT 10CHAPTERONE 111.0 Introduction ii.1 Background of the study iiHistorical perspective 111 . 1 .2 Theoretical Perspectives I 21 .1 .3 Contextual perspectives 121 .2 Statement of the Problem 1 31.4 Purpose of the Study 141.5 Objectives of the study 141 .6 Research Questions 141.7 Scope of the study 141.7.1 Geographic Scope 14Content scope 1 51.7.3 Time scope ISCHAPTER TWO 16LITERATURE REVJEW 162.0 Introduction 16The...

The Role of World Health Organization in Humanitarian Crises - The Study of North East, Nigeria (2012-2017)

ABSTRACT The major purpose of this research was to examine the activities of the World Health Organization in humanitarian crises, through the study of North-East, Nigeria. The objective of the research is to examine the role of the World Health Organization in abating the impact of the humanitarian crisis in the North-East and the strategies in responding to the crisis. The Role Theory was selected as the theoretical framework to broaden the understanding of the project. Secondary data was u...

EPIDEMIC OF COUP D'ETAT IN AFRICA: THE RETURN OF MILITARY RULE AMIDST COVID-19

This article traces the various factors responsible for the return of the Khaki Boys in politics across the African continent which is now a common phenomenal in this continent

THE ABC OF RUSSIA-UKRAINE CONFLICT

The article in clear terms breaks down the ongoing Russia-Ukraine Conflict which has threatened global peace and security. The article carries out a review of the events that unfolds in the region as it is engulfed with war.

Is Foreign Military Intervention Disadvantageous? : Assessing the Relationship between Peacekeeping Forces and Sex Trafficking in Conflict Zones in West Africa

This is an excerpt from a dissertation titled ‘Is Foreign Military Intervention Disadvantageous? : Assessing the Relationship between Peacekeeping Forces and Sex Trafficking in Conflict Zones in West Africa’. It explores and establishes, through secondary research, the connection of the introduction of peace keeping forces in a conflict zone to the phenomenon of sex trafficking. It comprehensively investigates and illustrates the common dimensions used in the study of trafficking of perso...


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