Editorial: Nigeria—A Commonwealth paradox?

  title={Editorial: Nigeria—A Commonwealth paradox?},
  author={T. Barringer},
  journal={The Round Table},
  pages={531 - 532}
Nigeria is important to the Commonwealth. Like other big players—South Africa, Pakistan, Zimbabwe, Fiji—it has experienced its periods in the wilderness. Like most of them it has come back. In Emeka Anayaoku Nigeria provided the Commonwealth with certainly its most charming and probably its most popular SecretaryGeneral. Commonwealth devotees are rather desperate for success stories (especially in Africa) and long to cast Nigeria in this role. They would like to cast Obasanjo, the military… Expand
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