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Proliferation of Armed Militias and Complicity of European States in the Migration Crisis in Libya, 2011 - 2017

This study examined how the emergent militia groups in post-Gadhafi Libya shaped the contours of migration in the state. The following two questions were examined: How did proliferation of armed militia groups contribute to the migration crisis expe…

Nature versus Human Contrivance: Advancing the Centrality of Poor Governance to Irregular Migration in Africa

One of the greatest security concerns confronting the global community in recent times is irregular migration. Not only does this trigger trans-border crimes such as terrorism, human trafficking, and the resurgence of slavery; it is also the major c…

Migration and the Dislocation of Nigeria’s Social Fabric: The Governance Question

In recent years, the trend of irregular flow of persons across national borders has become a matter of grave concern within the global community. Given that the drivers of migration have continued to escalate, there are slim chances that this trend …

Poverty and Social Violence in Africa: Nigeria as Case Study

As with most societies around the world, violence has been a common feature of many African societies. While political violence, especially those targeted at the state and involving armed groups, has gained popularity in public discourses, social …

Business Environment and Competitiveness across Nigerian States (BECANS)

This third report in the series of state-level business environment assessments intensifies the existing imperative across each Nigerian state for continuing reforms of business environments. The up-to-date evidence and rankings across a wide range…

Towards a New Leadership for a Broken Nation: The Imperative of Restructuring

Nigeria is generally seen as a country that is permanently on a reverse gear due mainly to the failure of its leadership. The country's backwardness is most evident when compared with her contemporaries such as Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Brazil, T…

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