Corpus ID: 151691502

THE BAKASSI PENINSULA ZONE OF NIGERIA AND CAMEROON': THE POLITICS OF HISTORY IN CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN BORDER DISPUTES

@article{Udeoji2013THEBP,
  title={THE BAKASSI PENINSULA ZONE OF NIGERIA AND CAMEROON': THE POLITICS OF HISTORY IN CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN BORDER DISPUTES},
  author={Angela Ebele Udeoji},
  journal={International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Review},
  year={2013},
  volume={4}
}
  • Angela Ebele Udeoji
  • Published 30 July 2013
  • Sociology
  • International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Review
Boundaries or border zones in Africa, and the inter-state and inter-community relations generated across them, have been major sites for the inter-play of various social, economic and political dynamics. This paper examines critically the historical, political socio-economic challenges and paradoxes that confronted the two independent states of Nigeria and Cameroon Republic using descriptive qualitative analysis to unravel the legitimacy of the Bakassi Peninsula border zone that divides an area… Expand

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