Research Papers/Topics in Political Science And International Relations

Impact of Foreign Aid on Poverty Reduction in Selected Urban Areas of Mogadishu, Somalia.

ABSTRACT  Since there has been a lot of foreign aid to Somalia and most of this aid directed to urban population, poverty levels remain to be high. The research was based on a sample size of 242 respondents; the samples were randomly selected from Xamarwayne, Hodan and Wardhiigley. The sample age was between 5 up to above 65 years, 115 male and 127 Female. All the respondents were ethnic Somalis. The researcher was use both quantitative and qualitative approaches in data collection, however,...

United Nations and Conflict Resolution in Somalia

ABSTRACT  The study sought to examine United Nations and Conflict Resolution in Somalia. The study objectives were; to establish the contributions of the United Nations towards conflict resolution in Somalia, to identify the challenges facing the United Nations towards conflict resolution in Somalia and to examine the possible solutions to the challenges facing the United Nations towards conflict resolution in Somalia. The study was based on conflict theory. The theory of conflict is a theor...

International Intervention and Conflict Management in Somalia A Case of Amisom

ABSTRACT  This topic of the study was the effect of International intervention on Conflict management in Somalia a case of AMISOM. The objectives of the study were examine the relationship between Military and conflict management, To asses The relationship between reconciliation and Conflict management, and To evaluate the relationship between Governance and Conflict management. The study employed the case study design. It was quantitative in nature. The study used Simple random sampling was...

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

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

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 United Nations And Country Level Development. A Case Of United Nations Development Programme Uganda

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Kenya And Britain Diplomatic Relations, 1963 To 2017

ABSTRACT Countries across the world establish diplomatic relations as a means of maintaining essential ties. The concept of diplomacy entails the employment of tact in order to gain a strategic benefit and find a suitable solution to a common challenge which is shared in a mutually and acceptable manner. This study sought to establish the continuity and change in the diplomatic relations between Kenya and Britain from 1963 to 2017. Specifically, the study examined the factors that motivated B...

The Contribution Of Tanzania Foreign Policy To National Economy: A Case Study Of Tanzania Economic Diplomacy

ABSTRACT This research examine the role of foreign policy to the national economy in Tanzania. The study focuses on attaining determination of the use of foreign policy and its impact to the national economy. The study involved the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Tanzania Economic Processing Zone and two Universities colleges. A surveying interviews and questionnaire methods were used to collect data. The data were analyzed using both qualitative and quantitative methods which w...

The Influence Of Diplomatic Relations In Promoting Foreign Direct Investment In Zanzibar, Tanzania

ABSTRACT This dissertation reports the findings of a critical assessment of the influence of Diplomatic Relations (DRs) in promoting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Zanzibar, Tanzania. The findings reported in this dissertation are organized under one broad theme, namely the extent which diplomatic relations influence Foreign Direct Investment in Zanzibar. The study was guided by the Theory of Economic Internationalism, Theory of Economic Nationalism, and the Theory of Economic Diplomacy....

The Impact Of Virtual Diplomacy Tools On The Conduct Of Diplomacy In Tanzania

ABSTRACT This dissertation reports the findings of the assessment of the impact of virtual diplomacy tools on the conduct of diplomacy in Tanzania. Specifically, the study examined the status of diplomacy conduct in the study area, identified the dominant virtual diplomacy tools, and assessed the impact of virtual diplomacy tools on the conduct of diplomacy. Dar es Salaam and Dodoma cities were selected to be the study areas. A cross-sectional research design was adopted coupled withpurposiv...

The Contribution Of The Foundation For International Community Assistance (Finca) Microcredit To Household Poverty Reduction: A Case Of Majengo, Dodoma Urban

ABSTRACT The study investigated the contribution of the Foundation for International Community Assistance (FINCA) microcredit to household poverty reduction; taking Majengo area in Dodoma Municipal as a case study. The researcher used both primary and secondary data collection methods. The study came up with several conclusions. That FINCA offers several services but lending is the highly preferred service. Other services include money transfer, insurance and savings. Moreover, the accessibi...

Impacts Of Climate Change To Security In Tanzania (A Case Of Selected Organizations)

ABSTRACT  This study aimed at analyzing the Impacts of Climate Change to security in Tanzania. The task of the study was to find out the extent to which climate change can be a threat which affect security situation in Tanzania, specifically using the experiences of three government organizations. The specific objectives were, to identify the magnitude of climate change and how it influence security situation in Tanzania, to identify the causes of climate change as well as to suggest measure...

Challenges Facing Zanzibar Traders In East African Community Market; A Case Study Of Urban District Of Unguja

ABSTRACT African countries and their development partners recognise the importance of regional integration for strengthening their bargaining powers. Due to that, in 1967 Tanzania and other East African countries had agreed to establish a sub regional integration known as East African Community (EAC). This study has been carried out at Urban Disrtict of Unguja. The study involved 65 respondents. The main objective of the study was to analyse challenges facing Zanzibar traders in EAC market. ...

International Migration And The Study Of Socio-Economic Development In Nigeria: The Role Of Nigerian Immigration Service.

ABSTRACT The study examines the duties of the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) revealing that the above mentioned agency has the capacity to initiate development and security in the nation-state describing the Nigerian state as a source and destination for migrants. The study revealed the consequences faced by the Nigerian state on International Migration (as a sending state and a receiving state). The study also shows that the agency, Nigerian Immigration Services (NIS) has various challen...

A Study Of Manpower Training And Productivity In Ado-Odo Ota Local Government, Ogun State (2006 – 2016)

ABSTRACT This study examined the relationship between manpower training and productivity in Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Council, Ota, Ogun State. It also investigated the extent to which the nature of manpower training affects productivity and the challenges to effective training in Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Council. The study covered the period of 2006 and 2016. The human capital theory was used to describe the importance of investing in human capital in an organisation. The study gather...


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