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• How can Nigeria overcome its leadership capital deficit? How can women get equality in the areas of: access to education, access to finance, marital protection rights, violence, and the poor ratios of representation in political and corporate leadership in Nigeria? Will the youths finally rise up and take their place at the driving wheel on our...
Andrew Feinstein is on a mission to expose the lies, corruption and death-dealing at the heart of the modern arms trade.
The book contains essays written by four generations of Nigerian scholars. It is the first to examine the historical, political, economic and comparative dimensions of attempts by the military to restructure the Nigerian federation.
Nigeria:The Birth of Africa’s Greatest Country chronicles the social political events of colonial and immediate post-colonial Nigeria as recorded by Drum, the popular monthly magazine of those times.
The world's tenth most populous country, a pot-pourri of languages and peoples, amazing dynamism and fabulous oil reserves, Nigeria is the pivot on which Africa turns. Yet to many outsiders, it is also a byword for chaos and corruption, military coups and repression, poverty and drug trafficking.
The book is about how an extraordinary personality took his country from poverty to posterity.
In World on Fire, Amy Chua shows that as global markets open, ethnic conflict worsens and democracy in developing nations turns ugly and violent.
Why has inequality increased in the Western world - and what can we do about it? In The Great Divide, Joseph E. Stiglitz expands on the diagnosis he offered in his best-selling book The Price of Inequality and suggests ways to counter this growing problem.
Soon China will rule the world. But in doing so, it will not become more Western.
The Saga of African Underdevelopment examines in careful detail the economic conditions in Africa during the pre-colonial and colonial periods.
The Bright Continent definitely disapproves the still prevalent depiction of Africa as a ‘dark, hopeless continent.’
Nelson Mandela stands out as one of the most admired political figures of the twentieth century. It was his leadership and moral courage above all that helped to deliver a peaceful end to apartheid in South Africa after years of racial division and violence and to establish a fledgling democracy there.