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Title:Cross border armed banditry in the north east: issues in national security and Nigeria's relations with its immediate neighbours
Editors:Ate, Bassey E.ISNI
Akinterinwa, Bola A.ISNI
Year:2011
Pages:265
Language:English
City of publisher:Victoria Island, Lagos
Publisher:Nigerian Institute of International Affairs
ISBN:9780021051; 9789780021054
Geographic term:Nigeria
Subjects:regional security
national security
crime
banditry
boundaries
conference papers (form)
1999
Abstract:This volume results of a workshop focussing on national security implications of the rampant cross-border armed incursions in the north-eastern zone of Nigeria from Chad, Cameroun and Niger. The workshop was held in 1999 at Yola, Adamawa State, Nigeria. The cross-border banditry from neigbouring countries had intensified in 1998 and reached alarming levels in 1999, significantly posing a threat to the peace and stability of Nigeria's North-East. The volume takes as point of departure that the development and security of the contiguous sub-region are best accelerated by canvassing an integrative approach. The contributions to this volume address historical, political, administrative, environmental, ethno-cultural, economic and military aspects of the subject-matter. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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