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by John N. Paden

Author: John N. Paden
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: George Mason University (March 20, 2013)
Pages: 184 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.7
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This volume is an invitation to deploy high-level scholarship in a strategic policy-making process that will strengthen the unity of Nigeria. Monograph Series School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution. George Mason University.

Book Format: Paperback. This volume is an invitation to deploy high-level scholarship in a strategic policy-making process that will strengthen the unity of Nigeria. Many in the international community and within Nigeria itself assert that the country is destined for unmanageable collapse, but John Paden proposes how Nigeria can respond to its current crises and tensions in ways that will serve the interests of the state, with its diverse citizenry, as well as the world at large.

Postelection Conflict. Many in the international community and within Nigeria itself assert that the country is destined for unmanageable collapse, but John Paden proposes how Nigeria can respond to its current crises and tensions in ways that will serve t This volume is an invitation to deploy high-level scholarship in a strategic policy-making process that will strengthen the unity of Nigeria.

Many in the international community and within Nigeria itself assert that the country is destined for unmanageable collapse, but John Paden proposes how Nigeria can respond to its current crises and tensions in ways that will serve th. I doubt if any reader, Nigerian or other, can read it without marveling at both its fine scholarship and its judicious recommendations for strengthening Nigeria’s unity during the current difficulties and into the future.

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This monograph describes how a failed state in 2030 may impact the United States and .

This monograph describes how a failed state in 2030 may impact the United States and the global economy. It also identifies critical capabilities and technologies the US Air Force should have to respond to a failed state, especially one of vital interest to the United States and one on the cusp of a civil war. Nation-states can fail for a myriad of reasons: cultural or religious conflict, a broken social contract between the government and the governed, a catastrophic natural disaster, financial collapse, war and so forth. This book is an essential contribution to debates surrounding the increasingly fraught relationship between religion and politics.

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Postelection Conflict Management in Nigeria: The Challenges of National Unity. before spreading to northern Nigeria in the 1920s. The French, who provided most of the intelligence about Saharan Islam, also conveyed to the British their fear of the Tijanni after al-Hajj Umar Tal's uprising in Senegambia (Binger 1906). Reference: Jihad in sub-Saharan Africa : challenging the narratives of the war on terror.

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His many Nigerian-related books include Religion and Political Culture in Kano (winner of the Herskovits Prize); Ahmadu Bello, Sardauna of Sokoto: Values and Leadership in Nigeria; Postelection Conflict Management in Nigeria: The Challenges of National Unity; and Muhammadu Buhari: The Challenges of Leadership in Nigeria. Multiple donors contributed to fund an endowment in honor of Dr. Paden’s work in Nigeria. These materials will be identified as John N.

John Paden, a noted expert on West African and Islamic societies, uses Nigeria . Paden shows that if the Nigerian political model of democratic.

John Paden, a noted expert on West African and Islamic societies, uses Nigeria as a critical case study of how a diverse country with a significant Muslim population is working to make the transition to a democratic society. Although little-studied, the non-Arab Muslim communities of West Africa are an important indicator as to whether Islamic democracy in a diverse nation is possible. Nigeria's success is vital to regional and global stability. The book provides an essential context to the current international concern with issues ranging from Shari'a law and communal violence, to the broader war on terrorism.

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This volume is an invitation to deploy high-level scholarship in a strategic policy-making process that will strengthen the unity of Nigeria. Many in the international community and within Nigeria itself assert that the country is destined for unmanageable collapse, but John Paden proposes how Nigeria can respond to its current crises and tensions in ways that will serve the interests of the state, with its diverse citizenry, as well as the world at large.


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