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Original cataloguing agency: ABD171
Language of cataloging: cze
Signature convention: rda
Geographic classification area code: f-nr---
Subject Category Code (heading): Vnitropolitický vývoj, politický život 323
UDC Classification number: 321.013
Edition identifier: h
UDC Classification number: 341.218
Edition identifier: h
UDC Classification number: 323.173
Edition identifier: h
UDC Classification number: 325
Edition identifier: h
UDC Classification number: (669)
Edition identifier: h
Authority heading: Ezemenaka, Kingsley Emeka
Relator code: Author
Name: Biafra resurgence :
Other Title Information: state failure, insecurity and separatist agitations in Nigeria /
Statement of responsibility: Kingsley Emeka Ezemenaka and Jan Prouza
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Internal bibliographies note etc.: Bibliografie.
Scope and content: This work critically examines the issues undermining the unification of Nigeria, using indicators and concepts including failed state, separatist agitation and insecurity. It forays into the inherent issues underlying the Biafran movement and the ways in which those issues, as well as Biafran agitation, are inimical to Nigeria’s development. Nigeria is a heterogeneous nation facing challenges within the balance of economic development along ethnic divisions in society. The current problems facing the Nigeria government and the Biafra separatist agitators originate in the causes and the effects of the Nigerian Civil war (06 July 1967 - 15 January 1970). Biafrans who are geographically in the South and South-East of Nigeria feel and believe that their economic and developmental prowess are not well represented in the Nigerian state, and this lack of representation leads to marginalization. This marginalization is evinced by untold hardships such as poverty, lack of infrastructure for health care and education, and generally impaired wellbeing. In order to examine these issues, this paper adopted qualitative researchand intrinsic approach methodology, along with relative deprivation theory. The paper identifies and discusses the problems associated with separatist movements and how they affect national and social security, and argues that while the definition of state failure is contested and therefore Nigeria cannot yet be called a failed state, but certainly a fragile state.
Topical term (heading): rozpad státu
[6502]: czenas
Topical term (heading): separatismus
[6502]: czenas
Topical term (heading): kolonialismus
[6502]: czenas
Geographic name (heading): Nigérie
Source of heading or term: czenas
Key words: state failure ; separatist movements ; colonialism ; Nigeria ; journal articles
Genre/Form Heading: články
Source of heading or term: czenas
Personal name (heading): Prouza, Jan
Relator code: Author
[773_ _2]: Central European journal of international and security studies : CEJISS
[773_ _2]: 1802-548X
[773_ _2]: Roč. 10, č. 3, (2016), s. 157-178
[773_ _2]: 2016:3
[773_ _2]: 2016
Link text: Plný text článku / Full text
Location symbol: ABD171
Type of document: rs
[NZVt]: Biafra resurgence : state failure, insecurity and separatist agitations in Nigeria
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Picture (URL): tritius/WORK/57648/CEJISS.jpg


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