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  • Goodluck Charms

    US foreign policy in Nigeria and Egypt prioritises stability at the cost of democracy At the time of writing, all eyes are firmly fixed on the Arab world. Despite its support for the Arab awakening, the United States remains governed more by its national interest than humanitarian concerns. This is […]

  • OccupyNigeria – The End or The Beginning?

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    The month of January is coming to and end. It’s the year 2012 and Nigerians are slowly going back to every day life, or so it seems. On the 1st of January, shortly after the announcement of the subsidy removal, which catapulted Nigerians into a state of shock, anger and […]