Abolade Adeniji is a Research Fellow at the Nigerian Institute of International Relations (NISA). He holds a Ph.D degree in History from the University of Lagos, Akoka. His area of specialization is International Economic Relations. He has worked extensively on aspects development studies and the international political economy. He is the editor of the book, Transformations in International Relations since 1945. He has published widely in both local and international journals. He is also the editor (African region) of the American Journal of International Relations and Development.

 
 

Library Articles

2005
This paper sets for itself the task of assessing Nigeria's bid for a permanent seat at the Security Council. Among other things, the paper examines Nigeria's credentials for the position and also the challenge to Nigeria's aspiration by other interested African nations. Finally, an attempt will be m...
English

expertise
  • International Economic Relations

  • International Political Economy

  • Development Studies

education
  • Ph.D (University of Lagos)