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    Decolonization in Asia, Latin America and Africa.Ayami Irom Obar - 2018 - Dissertation, University of Calabar
    Decolonization, a word that belongs majorly to the 1960’s and perhaps one of the most important events in the twentieth century is a historical process that can only become comprehensible in the exact measure that the movement which gives it historical form or content is understood. When it became apparent that the European-centered world was no longer tenable, because of the unsettling of all empires during the Second World War, anti-colonial nationalism surged after 1945. Drawing from the lessons in mass (...)
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    The Contributions of Commonwealth to World Diplomacy: 1960-Present.Ayami Irom Obar - 2014 - African Journal of Economy and Society 13 (1).
    In a globalized world it has often been suggested in recent years that the commonwealth is unnecessary and is in conflict with the United Nation as a World Organization. Commonwealth does not conflict in any way with the United Nations but rather it complements the work of the United Nation, as commonwealth States acting together in many fields have helped make the United Nations more effective. Diplomacy comes from the Greek word “diplomacy” denoting a folded document that was used for (...)
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    THE CHALLENGES OF PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS IN WEST AFRICA 1999-2013.Obar Ayami Irom - 2017 - In Chris S. Orngu, Elijah Terdoo Ikpanor & Gideon Lanna Jato (eds.), ECOWAS at FORTY.
    The formation of ECOWAS in 1975 should be seen as the culmination of several attempts over a period of one and half decades to form a sub-regional organisation embracing the whole of West Africa. Initial attempts had floundered first, as a result of the rivalry between Ghana (under Kwame Nkrumah) and Nigeria (under Tafawa Balewa) in the early 1960s and later, the struggle for supremacy in the sub-region between Nigeria and Cote d’Ivoire along Anglophone-Francophone lines. The events that delayed the (...)
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    OKON EDET UYA: THE PHILOSOPHER OF HISTORY.Obar Ayami Irom - 2016 - Dissertation, Benue State University
    An introduction to Professor Uya’s philosophy of history class starts with this caution, ‘as a historian, you must learn to think’. Put differently, you must learn to develop a critical mind for healthy scepticism. If Philosophy, is having second thought, that is thinking about the nature of some form of human thought and the implications of some body of human knowledge in the most ultimate and far-reaching way, then Professor Uya’s introductory remarks to his students of philosophy of history is (...)
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    WOMEN AND ELECTIONEERING APATHY: THE CASE OF CROSS RIVER CENTRAL SENETORIAL DISTRICT, 1999-2015.Obar Ayami Irom - 2018 - Dissertation, Benue State University
    …Look at my arm! I have ploughed and planted, and gathered into barns and no man could head me! And ain’t I a woman? I could work and eat as much as a man-when I could get to it- and bear de lash as well! And ain’t I a woman? I have borne thirteen children, and seen ‘em mos’ all sold off to slavery, and when I cried out my mother’s grief, none but Jesus heard me! And ain’t I a (...)
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