AFRICA


July  2001
Compiled by Joan T. Phillips, Bibliographer
Air University Library
Maxwell AFB, AL


Niger
Nigeria 


Niger


Inclusion of a link to a web site does not imply endorsement by the Air University Library or the United States Air Force.  All sites last accessed 25 November 2001.


Books

Please note: A call number beginning with "R" denotes a reference book.

Africa 2001, edited by Charles H. Cutter. 36th ed. Harpers Ferry, WV, Stryker-Post Publications, 2001. 273 p.
General information about each country including history.
Book call no.: R 916 D724a 36th ed 2001

Africa Contemporary Record, edited by Colin Legum. New York, Africana Publishing, 2000. 1 vol.
Review of the affairs in each country. See table of contents for pages.
Book call no.: 960 A2584 v.24 1992/94

Africa South of the Sahara 2001. 30th ed. London, Europa Publications, 2001. 1279 p.
For most countries includes: physical and social geography, history, economy, statistical survey, directory and bibliography.
Book call no.: R 916.7 A258 30th ed 2001

Civil Society and the Political Imagination in Africa: Critical Perspectives, edited by John L. Comafoff and Jean Comaroff. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1999. 318 p.
Debating Muslims, Disputed Practices: Struggles for the Realization of an Alternative Moral Order in Niger by Adeline Masquelier, pp 219-250.
Book call no.: 320.96 C582

Congressional Budget Justification for Foreign Operations Fiscal Year 2001. Washington, United States. Secretary of State, 2000. 725 p.
For each country lists amount of various types of aid given plus the U.S. interest in that country, and objectives and justification.
Book call no.: R 355.0320973 C749 Fy2002

The Military Balance 2000-2001. London, Oxford University Press for the International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2000. 320 p.
Niger, pp 277-278.
Book call no.: R 355 L847m 2000/2001

The Statesman's Yearbook: the Politics, Cultures, and Economies of the World 2001, edited by Barry Turner. New York, St. Martin's Press, 2000. 1985 p.
For each country gives information such as history, territory and population, social statistics, constitution and government, recent elections, current administration, defense, international relations, economy, energy and natural resources, trade, communications, social institutions, culture, and diplomatic representatives.
Book call no.: R310 St2 137th ed 2001

United States. Dept. of State. World Military Expenditures and Arms Transfers 1998. Washington, GPO, 2000. 208 p.
Book call no.: R 355 A734w 1998

Periodicals

Kigotho, Wachira. Niger Government Bans Student Protests. Chronicle of Higher Education 47:A51 May 18, 2001.

Libya/West Africa: Racist Rage. Africa Confidential 41:8 October 13, 2000.
Libyans attack blacks.

Niger. Military Technology 25:280 World Defence Almanac 2000-2001.
Force structure.

Niger: Anti Fashion Parade. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:9 January 2001.
Muslim demonstrations against an International Festival of African Fashion result in the government banning seven Islamic organizations.

Niger: Starting from the Scratch.  Africa Confidential 42:6-7 April 20, 2001.
Discusses the government in Niger.


Nigeria 


Internet Resources

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Nigeria.com
Available online at: http://www.kilima.com/nigeria/index.html
News about Nigeria and links to other sites.

Nigeria
Available online at: http://65.107.211.208/nigeria/nigeriaov.html
General information about Nigeria.

Books

Please note: A call number beginning with "R" denotes a reference book.

Adedeji, Adebayo and others. Nigeria: Renewal from the Roots? The Struggle for Democratic Development. Atlantic Highlands, NJ, Zed Books, 1997. 238 p.
Book call no.: 320.9669 N6852

Africa 2001, edited by Charles H. Cutter. 36th ed. Harpers Ferry, WV, Stryker-Post Publications, 2001. 273 p.
General information about each country including history.
Book call no.: R 916 D724a 36th ed 2001

Africa Contemporary Record, edited by Colin Legum. New York, Africana Publishing, 2000. 1 vol.
Review of the affairs in each country. See table of contents for pages.
Book call no.: 960 A2584 v.24 1992/94

Africa: Dilemmas of Development and Change, edited by Peter Lewis. Boulder, CO, Westview Press, 1998. 456 p.
Class, State, and Prebendal Politics in Nigeria by Richard A. Joseph, pp 44-63.
Book call no.: 306.096 A258

Africa South of the Sahara 2001. 30th ed. London, Europa Publications, 2001. 1279 p.
For most countries includes: physical and social geography, history, economy, statistical survey, directory and bibliography.
Book call no.: R 916.7 A258 30th ed 2001

Anderson, Ewan W. Global Geopoltical Flashpoints: An Atlas of Conflict. London, Stationery Office, 2000. 391 p.
Nigeria, pp 241-243.
Book call no.: 327.101 A546g

Civil Society and the Political Imagination in Africa: Critical Perspectives, edited by John L. Comafoff and Jean Comaroff. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1999. 318 p.
 Nigerian Democracy and the Politics of Illusion by Andrew Apter, pp 267-307.
Book call no.: 320.96 C582

Congressional Budget Justification for Foreign Operations Fiscal Year 2001. Washington, United States. Secretary of State, 2000. 725 p.
For each country lists amount of various types of aid given plus the U.S. interest in that country, and objectives and justification.
Book call no.: R 355.0320973 C749 Fy2002

Corruption and the Crisis of Institutional Reforms in Africa, edited by John Mukum Mbaku. Lewiston, NY, Edwin Mellen Press. 325 p. (African Studies, vol. 47)
Corruption in the Nigerian Public Service, 1945-1960, by Toyin Falola, pp 136-165. Patriarchy, Patronage, and Power: Corruption in Nigeria by Andrew Clarno and Toyin Falola, pp 167-191.
Book call no.: 364.132096 C825

Dilemmas of Democracy in Nigeria, edited by Paul A. Beckett and Crawford Young. Rochester, NY, University of Rochester Press, 1997. 450 p.
Book call no.: 320.9669 D576

Ethnicity Kills? The Politics of War, Peace and Ethnicity in SubSaharan Africa, edited by Einar Braathen and others. New York, St. Martin's Press, 2000. 223 p. (International Political Economy)
Nigeria and West Africa: From a Regional Security Complex to a Regional Security Community by Morten Boas, pp 141-162.
Book call no.: 967.04 E84

Ihonvbere, Julius O. and Shaw, Timothy M. Illusions of Power: Nigeria in Transition. Trenton, NJ, Africa World Press, 1998. 309 p.
Book call no.: 320.9669 I96i

Jane's Sentinel: Security Assessment: Central Africa 2000. Alexandria, VA, Jane's Information Group, 2000. 583 p.
Has general information about each country and detailed information about each country's defense.
Book call no.: R 967 J33 2000 Jul-Dec

Lewis, Peter M. and others. Stabilizing Nigeria: Sanctions, Incentives, and Support for Civil Society. New York, Century Foundation Press, 1998. 152 p. (Preventive Action Reports, vol 3)
Book call no.: 320.9669 L675s

The Military Balance 2000-2001. London, Oxford University Press for the International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2000. 320 p.
Nigeria, pp 278-279.
Book call no.: R 355 L847m 2000/2001

Multiparty Democracy and Political Change: Constraints to Democratization in Africa, edited by John Mukum Mbaku and others. Brookfield, CT, Ashgate, 1998. 333 p. (Contemporary Perspectives on Developing Societies)
Nigeria: How to Derail a Transition Program by Pita Ogaba Agbese, pp 123-149.
Book call no.: 320.96 M961

Oke, Tayo. Radicalism, Political Power and Foreign Policy in Nigeria. Lewiston, NY, Edwin Mellen Press, 1999. 234 p. (African Studies, vol.49)
Book call no.: 320.5309669 O41r

Okome, Mojubaolu Olufunke. A Sapped Democracy: The Political Economy of the Structural Adjustment Program and the Political Transition in Nigeria (1983-1993). New York, University Press of America, 1998. 325 p.
Book call no.: 966.9053 O41s

Political Risk Yearbook 2001: Volume 4 Sub-Saharan Africa, edited by William D. Coplin and Michael K. O'Leary. East Syracuse, NY, PRS Group, 2001. 1 vol.
For each country includes information about political framework, economic framework, and forecasts.
Book call no.: R 956.05 P769 2001

Regionalisation in Africa: Integration & Disintegration, edited by Daniel C. Bach. Bloomington IN, Indiana University Press, 1999. 235 p.
Integration & Disintegration in the Nigerian Federation by Rotimi Suberu, pp 91-101.
Book call no.: 320.967 R336

Saideman, Stephen M. The Ties That Divide: Ethnic Politics, Foreign Policy, and International Conflict. New York, Columbia University Press, 2001. 276 p.
Religious Ties and the Nigerian Civil War, 1967-1970, pp 70-102.
Book call no.: 327 S132t

State Building and Democratization in Africa: Faith, Hope and Realities, edited by Kidane Mengisteab and Cyrill Daddieh. Westport, CT, Praeger, 1999. 292 p.
Militarization and Democratization: Nigeria's Stalled March to Democracy by Julius O. Ihonvbere, pp 101-124.
Book call no.: 320.967 S747

The Statesman's Yearbook: the Politics, Cultures, and Economies of the World 2001, edited by Barry Turner. New York, St. Martin's Press, 2000. 1985 p.
For each country gives information such as history, territory and population, social statistics, constitution and government, recent elections, current administration, defense, international relations, economy, energy and natural resources, trade, communications, social institutions, culture, and diplomatic representatives.
Book call no.: R310 St2 137th ed 2001

Transatlantic Tensions: The United States, Europe, and Problem Countries, edited by Richard N. Haass. Washington, Brookings Institution Press, 1999. 251 p.
Nigeria: U.S.-European Stakes in Africa's Largest State by Pauline H. Baker and John J. Stremlau, pp 179-204. 
Nigeria: Many Problems, Few Solutions by Antony Goldman, pp 205-226.
Book call no.: 327.109182 T722

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. The Nigerian Transition and the Future of U.S. Policy, Hearing. 106th Congress, 1st session November 4 1999. Washington, GPO, 2000. 90 p.
Also available online at: http://www.access.gpo.gov/congress/senate
Book call no.: 327.730669 U58n

United States. Dept. of State. World Military Expenditures and Arms Transfers 1998. Washington, GPO, 2000. 208 p.
Book call no.: R 355 A734w 1998

Documents

Nkomo, Pax D. T. The Military and Nation Building: A Comparative Study of Nigerian and South African Military as Instruments of National Integration. Monterey, CA, Naval Postgraduate School, June 1999. 110 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 N738m

Periodicals

Adeshida, Emma. Communal Crisis Hits Three States. West Africa No.4283:12-13 July 9, 2001.
Ethnic tensions hit Nigeria.

Adeshida, Emma. ECOWAS Free Trade to Help Nigeria's Food Supply. West Africa No.4276:35 May 21, 2001.

Adeshida, Emma. Getting the Looted Funds Back. West Africa No.4280:22-23 June 18, 2001.
The Nigerian government is attempting to recover money stolen by the Abacha family.

Adeshida, Emma. Obasanjo's Mid-Term Report. West Africa No.4274:14 May 7, 2001.

Adeyemi, Segun. Country Briefing: Nigeria A Fresh Start. Jane's Defence Weekly 34:28-32+ September 6, 2000.

Adeyemi, Segun. Nigeria Combats Crime Wave. Jane's Intelligence Review 12:10-11 October 2000.
International law enforcement agencies and the Nigerian government work together to combat organized crime.

Adeyemi, Segun. Religion Threatens to Divide Nigeria. Jane's Intelligence Review 12:45-46 September 2000.

Adibe, Patrick. Nigeria and the Challenge of Nation-Building. New African No.390:31-32 November 2000.

Adoko, Krispin. Nigeria Telecom License Fiasco. West Africa No.4267:29 March 19, 2001.
Nigeria is experiencing problems with mobile communications.

Agoawike, Angela. Women of Substance. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:31-32 October 2000.
Prominent women in Nigeria during the last forty years.

Aka, Philip C. Education, Economic Development, and Return to Democratic Politics in Nigeria. Journal of Third World Studies 18:21-38 Spring 2001.

Akideinde, Ola. Modernising Nigeria's Media Industry. West Africa No.4261:36-37 February 5, 2001.

Akinoal, Anthony A. Bracing for Nigeria's National Conference. West Africa No.4283:10-11 July 9, 2001.

Akinoal, Anthony A. The Issue of Resource Control. West Africa No.4285:14-15 July 23, 2001.
Nigeria feuds over resource control.

Akinoal, Anthony A. Phases of Nigerian Democracy. West Africa No.4283:11-12 July 9, 2001.
Examines the history of political systems in Nigeria.

Akinoal, Anthony A. Soldiers Seeking a Comeback. West Africa No.4272:16 April 23, 2001.
Speculates that General Babangida may be planning to enter politics.

Akinoal, Anthony A. Still Searching for Unity. West Africa No.4264:19-20 February 26, 2001.
Examines the background of divisions in Nigeria.

Akintunde, Muyiwa. Airing Dark Secrets. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:22-26 March 2001.
"Nigeria's human rights commission has brought into the open some of the abuses of the Abacha era. But some of the perpetrators remain unrepentant."

Akintunde, Muyiwa. Battle for the Nation's Wealth. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:12-14 May 2001.
"The struggle for control of Nigeria's national resources has moved to the courts. Governors of southern states are up in arms at the federal government's failure, after two years in office, to clarify the revenue-sharing formula."

Akintunde, Muyiwa. Cleansing the Stables. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:10-12 September 2000.
Battle against corruption in Nigeria.

Akintunde, Muyiwa. Clinton's Message of Democracy and Unity: 'The World Needs Nigeria to Succeed'. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:14-19 September 2000.

Akintunde, Muyiwa. The Governor Hits the Road. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:26-27 April 2001.
Introduces Dr. Chimaroke Nnamani, governor of Enugu states.

Akintunde, Muyiwa. Interview: Chief Abraham Adesanya, "One Nigeria, but Not at All Cost." Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:10-15 November 2000.
Interviews a leader of the Yoruba people.

Akintunde, Muyiwa. Invasion from the South. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:34-36 July 2001.
"South Africa's involvement in Nigeria's new mobile phone services is only the most high-profile example off one African giant's inroads into the other's economy."

Akintunde, Muyiwa. Keeping Democracy Alive. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:18-20 June 2001.
Examines state governments.

Akintunde, Muyiwa. Mosop Presents Its Case. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:27-28 March 2001.
The Ogoni make their case against the Abacha dictatorship and Shell Oil Company.

Akintunde, Muyiwa. Special Interview: Bishop Emmanuel Bolanle Gbonigi. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:29-34 March 2001.

Akintunde, Muyiwa. Wasted Time. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:16-19 June 2001.
Investigates problems in Nigeria.

Akpata-Ohohe, Bunmi. Nigeria: Ministers Resign. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:9 July 2001.
"Eight prominent government officials, including four cabinet ministers, have quit after being accused of impeding the government's economic reforms."

Akpata-Ohohe, Bunmi and Moyela, Muyiwa. The Momentum Is on. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:36 April 2001.
"The diplomatic and trade relationship with the United Kingdom is one of the key facets of Nigeria's foreign policy."

Anene, John N. Military Elites and Democratization: Ghana and Nigeria. Journal of Political and Military Sociology 28:230-245 Winter 2000.

Arnold, Guy. Keys to Continental Revival. West Africa No.4284:14-15 July 16, 2001.

Asaju, Tunde. Let's Learn from the Past. World Press Review 48:9-10 January 2001.
Nigeria sets up its own truth commission.

Asante, Ben. Danjuma and the Reformed Forces. West Africa No.4274:12-13 May 7, 2001.
Interviews Lieutenant General Plan Theophillus Y. Danjuma, the new Defense Minister.

Asante, Ben. Growing Strategic Links. West Africa No.4267:16-17 March 19, 2001.
Examines the relationship between United States and Nigeria.

Asante, Ben. Kufuor Rekindles Links. West Africa No.4265:15-16 March 5, 2001.
The presidents of Ghana and Nigeria work to improve relations.

Asante, Ben. Nigerian Service Chiefs Sacked. West Africa No.4274:10-11 May 7, 2001.
The service chiefs of the Army, Navy, and Air Force were announced to be retiring at the same time.

Asante, Ben. Obasanjo in the Oil Region. West Africa No.4269:16-17 April 2, 2001.
President Obasanjo addresses the problems of the oil region.

Asante, Ben. PDP Convention Exposes Divisions. West Africa No.4272:15-16 April 23, 2001.
Describes problems in the People's Democratic Party of Nigeria.

Asante, Ben. The Restless Generation. West Africa No.4262:19-21 February 12, 2001.
Highlights the plight of young people in Nigeria.

Bald, Margaret. Xenophobia in Libya. World Press Review 47:28 December 2000.
Libyans attack Black Africans many from Nigeria and Ghana.

Beware the Bakassi Boys. Economist 359:44 May 19, 2001.
Reports on a vigilante group in Nigeria.

Bill, Borrow and Embezzle. Economist 358:48-49 February 17, 2001.
Despite economic woes Nigeria plans to build a new stadium for the 2003 All-African Games.

Bing, Stanley. This Just in from Nigeria. Fortune 143:61-62 June 25, 2001.
Fraud originating in Nigeria.

Bishop, Donald M. Moving Nigeria Forward. Vital Speeches of the Day 67:466-468 May 15, 2001.
Speech given by the American Embassy Counselor for Public Affairs, Nigeria about the problems in Nigeria.

Bishop, Donald M. On the Backs of Poor. Vital Speeches of the Day 47:265-267 December 15, 2000.
Speech by the American Consulate General in Lagos about corruption in Nigeria.

Bishops Condemn the Nigerian Government. West Africa No.4267:26 March 19, 2001.

Bloodier Still. Economist 357:54-55 October 21, 2000.
Ethnic violence in Nigeria.

Boiling Oil. Economist 358:44 April 14, 2001.
Does oil money belong to the state or federal governments?

Branson, Richard. Virgin Territory in Nigeria. West Africa No.4282:31-32 July 2, 2001.
Virgin Atlantic Airways to provide service to Lagos.

Bush, George W. Remarks Following Discussions with President Olusegun Obasanjo of Nigeria. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 37:735-736 May 14, 2001.

Butty, James. Obasanjo Meets Bush. West Africa No.4277:15-16 May 28, 2001.

Carey Opposes Shari'a Penalties in Nigeria. Christian Century 118:13 February 21, 2001.
Archbishop Carey opposes the Shari'a punishments in Nigeria.

Copley, Gregory R. Watershed: The World Has Changed (and) the US Has to Think How to Live with That Fact. Defense & Foreign Affairs Strategic Policy 29, no.3: 4-8  2001.

Crawley, Vince. U.S. Troops to Train Forces for African Peacekeeping. Air Force Times 61:26 August 28, 2000.
U.S. Special Forces Troops to train military in Nigeria and Ghana.

Cruelty Under the Microscope. Economist 357:58 November 18, 2000.
Human rights hearings to be held.

Dare, Sunday. Nigeria, Two Years on. Nation 272:6-7 June 11, 2001.
Opinion about conditions in Nigeria under President Obasanjo.

Death Sentence for Rioters. West Africa No.4277:25 May 28, 2001.
Five Sub-Saharan Africans are sentenced to death for their involvement in violence last year in Libya.

Debt-Too Big a Load. African Agenda 4,no.3:8-17 2001.
Looks at the debt of the Western African: Cote D'Ivoire, Ghana, Benin, Togo, Senegal, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, and Mali.

Delta Rights. Economist 358:42 January 20, 2001.
Reports on human rights hearings.

Ejobowah, John B. Constitutional Design and Conflict Management in Nigeria. Journal of Third World Studies 18:143-160 Spring 2001.

Ezechukwu, Uche. Comeback for Babangida? West Africa No.4263:12-14 February 19, 2001.
Speculates that General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida may be returning to politics and Nigeria

Ezechukwu, Uche. Obasanjo's Surprise Cabinet Choice. West Africa No.4261:16-17 February 5, 2001.
President Obasanjo makes a clean sweep of his cabinet.

Ezechukwu, Uche. Taming the Soldiers. West Africa No.4267:10-11 March 19, 2001.
For democratic government to flourish in Nigeria the military must be restrained.

Ezechukwu, Uche. U.S. 'Training' Rials Officers. West Africa No.4267:12-14 March 19, 2001.
Nigerians are not comfortable with military assistance from United States and Britain.

Ezechukwu, Uche. What Is Nzeribe's Game? West Africa No.4268:14-16 March 26, 2001.
Wonders about the political intentions of Senator Nzeribe.

Frynas, Jedrzej G. Corporate and State Responses to Anti-Oil Protests in the Niger Delta. African Affairs 100:27-54 January 2001.

Fuelling Trouble. Economist 358:56 March 24, 2001.
Discusses the shortage of gasoline in Nigeria.

Gambari, Ibrahim. ' Virtual Democracy.' West Africa No.4265:14 March 5, 2001.
Speech by Professor Ibrahim Gambari entitled ' Celebrating the Rebirth and Organising to Meet the Challenges of Democracy: The Nigerian and African Experience.'

Gorodnov, Andrei. Africa: Nigeria Current Digest of the Post Soviet Press 53:19-20 April 4, 2001.
President Obasanjo's trip to Russia and Nigeria's relations with Russia.

'Greedy Generals' on Trial. Air Force Times 61:6 December 18, 2000.
Testimony that greedy generals impeded the transition to civilian rule after Sani Abacha's death.

Hartwig, Stefan. Tensions in Nigeria. Officer 77:35-36 June 2001.
Article appeared in April edition of Loyal Magazine, published by German Reserve Association.

Hasener, Heike. Focus on People. Soldiers 56:32 May 2001.
CPT Wisdom Osagiede of the U.S. Army is also a prince in Nigeria.

Helping, but Not Developing. Economist 359:52 May 12, 2001.
"A report on projects supposed to help local people."

Hotspots! New Internationalist No.335:22-23 June 2001.
Examines oil exploration in Sudan, Chad and Cameroon, and Nigeria.

Ijomah, B. I. C. Nigeria's Transition from Military to Civilian Rule: An Overview. Journal of Political and Military Sociology 28:293-310 Winter 2000.

Ikelegbe, Augustine. The Perverse Manifestation of Civil Society: Evidence from Nigeria. Journal of Modern African Studies 39:1-24 March 2001.

Imomoh, E. U. Shell States Its Case. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:23-26 March 2001.
Gives the text of the response of Shell Petroleum Development Company to the Human Rights Violations Investigation Commission.

Inside Nigeria. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:special supplement section, October 2000.
Nigeria 40 years after independence.

Interview: Prophet T. B. Joshua: 'Without Righteousness, No Bright Future'. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:15-16+ December 2000.
Faith healer, T. B. Joshua.

Into Africa. Aviation Week & Space Technology 154:25 April 30, 2001.
Virgin Atlantic and British Airways will be offering service between London and Lagos, Nigeria.

Iyegha, David A. The Wisdom of Traditional Farming in Tropical Africa: The Nigerian Experience. Journal of Third World Studies 17:73-92 Fall 2000.

Jason, Pini. Is Nigeria the Most Corrupt Country in the World? New African No.392:21 January 2001.

Jason, Pini. Is This the Obasanjo We Elected? New African No.388:19 September 2000.
Opinion about the leadership of President Obasanjo.

Jason, Pini. The South Squares up to the North. New African No.392:8-9 January 2001.

Kalu, Kalu N. The Praetorian Orthodoxy: Crisis of the Nigerian Military State. Journal of Political and Military Sociology 28:271-292 Winter 2000.

Kamau, John. 'This Is Not a Laughing Matter.' New African No.391:26-27 December 2000.
Dispute over AIDS vaccine developed by a team of scientist from Britain and Kenya.

Kaplan, David E. A Land Where Con Is King. U.S. News & World Report 130:28-29 May 7, 2001.
Fraud perpetrated by Nigerians on foreigners.

Kiop, Idy S. U.S. Training for UN Peacekeepers. West Africa No.4284:22 July 16, 2001.
The U.S. trains soldiers in Senegal and Nigeria.

Klomegah, Kester K. Oil, Steel and Arms. West Africa No.4268:16-17 March 26, 2001.
Investigates the Nigerian Russian relationship.

Kukah, Matthew H. Nigeria at 40: The Beauty and the Beast. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:15-18+ October 2000.
After 40 years of independence Nigeria still has problems.

Lawrence, Ben. The Centre Cannot Hold. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:14-15 January 2001.
Factionalism in Nigeria.

Lawrence, Ben. Money Talks Now, No Idea Is. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:24-25+ October 2000.

Liberians Land in Lagos. West Africa No.4282:27 July 2, 2001.
"The 186 Liberians who were stranded on a ship off the coast of West Africa for nearly a month finally docked in Nigeria last week."

Mansaray, Issa. The 'Slave Ship' and Mr Unlucky. New African No.397:17 June 2001.
Allegations of shipping children into slavery.

Mbye, Alhagie. Nigerian Oil Deal Resurfaces. West Africa No.4266:21 March 12, 2001.

More Pain, Little Gain. Economist 360:45-46 July 28, 2001.
"The world wants President Obasanjo to succeed, but he is failing to make the economy work."

Moyela, Muyiwa. All Hands to the Pumps. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:34-36 December 2000.
Oil production in Nigeria.

Moyela, Muyiwa. The Colonel's Weird Ways. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:22-25 April 2001.
"Examines the background to Muammar Qaddafi's aborted visit to Nigeria and at his plans for an African union."

Moyela, Muyiwa. The Curse of Crude Oil. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:20-22 August 2000.

Moyela, Muyiwa. Deregulating Scarcity. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:44-45 April 2001.
"The perennial problem of fuel shortages in an oil-producing giant is being tackled by a new committee. Nigerians are skeptical whether the latest effort will work any better than previous attempts."

Moyela, Muyiwa. Fires in the Delta. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:10-12+ August 2000.
Pipeline fires in the Niger Delta.

Moyela, Muyiwa. Fixing the Motor of the Economy. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:17-18 July 2001.
Reports improvement in the oil industry.

Moyela, Muyiwa. Flying Higher Together. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:2-3 September 2000.
EKabo section. 
"Nigeria Airways' deal with South African Airways means direct flights to the U.S. can start once again. It may also be the harbinger of many more business links between the two African giants."

Moyela, Muyiwa. The Grand Alliance. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:43 April 2001.
"A rapid expansion in the trade and business relationship between Africa's economic giants is in part being driven by the rapport established by the two countries' vice presidents."

Moyela, Muyiwa. Interview: Sir Graham Burton, Outgoing British High Commissioner to Nigeria. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:37-40 April 2001.

Moyela, Muyiwa. Joint Venture Blues. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:39 May 2001.
Nigeria's mobile phone industry.

Moyela, Muyiwa. Lagos Burning. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:13 January 2001.
Pipeline fires in Nigeria.

Moyela, Muyiwa. Last Days of the Dinosaur. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:38-39 June 2001.
"The race to bring mobile telecommunications to the Nigerian market is exposing more than ever the failing of the national telco."

Moyela, Muyiwa. Nigeria's Mr. Oil. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:30-31 November 2000.
Discusses Rilwanu Lukman, OPEC Secretary General.

Moyela, Muyiwa. Ready or Not. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:26-38 May 2001.
Nigeria's mobile phone industry.

Moyela, Muyiwa. Time to Talk. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:38-39 March 2001.
"Nigeria's successful auction of mobile phone licenses opens the way for a dramatic improvement in the country's inadequate telecommunications infrastructure."

Moyela, Muyiwa. Turning Solidarity into Synergy. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:28-29 November 2000.
"South African President Thabo Mbeki's recent visit to Nigeria highlighted the growing trade links between the two African giants."

Moyela, Muyiwa. Waiting for Delivery. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:23-25 June 2001.
"Expectations of an economic improvement were high when President Obasanjo took power. But reality has been very different."

Neethling, Theo. U.S. Involvement in African Security Requirements: Some Notes and Reflections. African Armed Forces,  pp 22-25, September 2000. 
East African peacekeeping exercise called Operation Natural Fire 2000 in which U.S. forces participated.

Nigeria. Military Technology 25:280-281 World Defence Almanac 2000-2001.
Force structure.

Nigeria: A Military Makeover. Africa Confidential 41:5-6 October 13, 2000.
President Obasanjo remakes the military.

Nigeria at 40 (People). Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:22-25 October 2000.
Nostalgic review the past Nigerian leaders.

Nigeria: Exit Top Brass. Africa Confidential 42:7 May 4, 2001.
"Big policy differences are behind the departure of three military chiefs."

Nigeria: Hard Loans. Africa Confidential 41:8 November 10, 2000.
"Nigeria is questioning the legitimacy of much of the US $27 million debt claimed by the Paris Club of Western government creditors."

Nigeria: High Street Havens. Africa Confidential 41:1-3 October 27, 2000.
"The search for Abacha's stolen money has led to several major Western banks and is at last forcing their governments to act."

Nigeria I: 2003 Starts Here. Africa Confidential 42:1-4 July 27, 2001.
"The coming elections are about the survival of Nigeria's federation as much as President Obasanjo's career."

Nigeria II: Murder, Pillage, Scandal. Africa Confidential 42:4-5 July 27, 2001.
"Military men are portrayed as clowns, thieves and psychopaths in a human rights tribunal."

Nigeria II: Oduduwa's Children. Africa Confidential 41:3-5 October 27, 2000.
"Some of the fiercest opposition to President Obasanjo comes from his western region."

Nigeria: Ministers Squabble. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:8 April 2001.
Reports on the dispute between the internal affairs minister, Sunday Afolabi, and justice minister, Bola Ige.

Nigeria's Democracy Dividend. Economist 357:54 December 16, 2000.
Nigeria gets debt rescheduled by the IMF.

Nigeria/Sao Tome: Big Brother. Africa Confidential 42:8 January 12, 2001.
A dispute between Nigeria and Sao Tome over a maritime border seems to be resolved.

Nigerian Girl Lashed. Maclean's 114:29 February 5, 2001.
Girl lashed for having premarital sex.

Not Easy to Get to Abacha's Loot. New African No.398:16 July 2001.
Legal battle to recover illegal gains by the family of former ruler General Abacha.

Nwachukwu, Okey. Better Fuel Supply Ahead? West Africa No.4283:13-14 July 9, 2001.
The Nigerian government prepares to improve the delivery of petroleum products.

Nwachukwu, Okey. Meningitis Menace in Nigeria. West Africa No.4284:25 July 16, 2001.

Nwachukwu, Okey. Southern Governors State Demands. West Africa No.4259:21 January 22, 2001.
"Southern governors have met for the second summit, where they defined what their primary concerns and priorities will be in 2001 and beyond."

Nwachukwu, Okey. States and Oil: Legal Move. West Africa No.4267:14-15 March 19, 2001.
The state and federal government feud over resource control.

Obadina, Tunde. Independence Is Not yet Freedom. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:29-30 October 2000.
Economic independence

Obadina, Tunde. No New Beginning. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:21-23 June 2001.
Examines the economy in Nigeria.

Obasanjo Forges Russian Links. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:46 April 2001.

Obayiuwana, Osasu. London Banks Keep Abacha's $1.3 Billion Loot. New African No.395:14-15 April 2001.

Obayiuwana, Osasu. Shell in the Dock. New African No.396:16 May 2001.
U.S. Supreme Court rules that families of the Ogoni eight can sue for human rights abuses.

Oghoghorie, Igho B. Nigeria's Offshore Jurisdiction Problem. West Africa No.4285:13-14 July 23, 2001.
Federal and local governments feud over offshore areas.

Oghoghorie, Igho B. Oil: The Nigerian Question. West Africa No.4285:10-13 July 23, 2001.

Oladimeji, Olutunde A. Democracy and Sea Power in Nigeria. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 127:68 March 2001.
Naval cooperation between Nigeria and the United States.

Olubunmi Oladapo Oni, Managing Director/CEO, Cadbury Nigeria Plc. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:32-37 August 2000.
Interviews this "chief executive of one of Nigeria's leading companies."

Onuorah, Chris. No Peace among Peacekeepers. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:22-23 November 2000.
"The UN peacekeeping operation in Sierra Leone has been damaged by allegations by the force's Indian commander about corruption among some of its Nigerian officers."

Onwueme, M. S. and Nwadiani, Mon. General Studies Programme in Nigerian Universities: An Assessment of Students' Performance. Education 121:539-548 Spring 2001.

Opportunity Knocks (Nigeria). World Oil 221:83-85 August 2000.
Explores the oil industry in Nigeria

Otabil, Bernard. Fuel Cost Bites. West Africa No.4265:34-35+ March 5, 2001.
Discusses fuel prices in Ghana, Nigeria, and Mozambique.

Oyo, Remi. Hypertension in Nigeria. West Africa No.4264:24-25 February 26, 2001.

Oyo, Remi. Problems in the Universities. West Africa No.4272:17 April 23, 2001.
Report cites negative condition of higher education in Nigeria.

Panic over Gaddafi's Visit. West Africa17-18 February 26, 2001.
Discusses the relationship between Nigeria and Libya.

Poor Obasanjo. New African No.394:13 March 2001.
President Obasanjo has not been paid.

Rioting Students in Southern Nigeria. Chronicle of Higher Education 47:A53 September 29, 2000.

The Romance Blossoms. New African No.393:14 February 2001.
Prime Minister Mori visits South Africa, Kenya, and Nigeria.

Saliu, Hassan A. Nigeria and Peace Support Operations: Trends and Policy Implications. International Peacekeeping 7:105-119 Autumn 2000.

Seal of Approval. Economist 356:435 August 26, 2000.
The U.S. provides support for Nigeria.

Self-Service for Nigerian Senators. Economist 356:42 August 12, 2000.
Discusses corruption in the senate.

Sherman, Jason. Arm's Length: The Pentagon Hopes to Foster Good Changes in Difficult Places by Teaming up with Two Nations It Once Ignored. Armed Forces Journal International 138:30+ September 2000.

Sheyin, Ola. Oh Dear! New African No.391:12 December 2000.
The Nigerian House of Representative erupts in fighting.

Silent Leaders Help the Virus to Spread. Economist 359:41-42 June 30, 2001.
Argues that African leaders should discuss the role of sex in the spread of AIDS.

Soyinka, Kayode. Clinton's Message for Nigeria. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:4-5 September 2000.

Soyinka, Kayode. Getting Worse before It Gets Better. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:8-9 June 2001.
Comments on the presidency of Obasanjo.

Suberu, Rotimi T. Can Nigeria's New Democracy Survive? Current History 100:207-212 May 2001.

Time to Deliver. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:25-26 January 2001.
Economic woes in Nigeria.

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Pledges Support to IITA. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:42 September 2000.
U.S. support for the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture in its pursuit to alleviate hunger.

U.S. Court Backs Anti-Shell Lawsuit. West Africa No.4269:26-27 April 2, 2001.
"The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that the families of Ken Saro Wiwa and a fellow environmental activist executed in Nigeria can sue the oil company Shell in New York."

Village Against Village. Economist 360:45 July 7, 2001.
Ethnic and religious conflict in Nigeria.

Walker, Ezekiel A. "Happy Days Are Here Again": Cocoa Farmers, Middlemen Traders and the Structural Adjustment Program in Southwestern Nigeria, 1986-1990s. Africa Today 47:150-169 Spring 2000.

Who's Who in the Military Plots. Africa Confidential 42:5 July 27, 2001.
Gives brief information about those being scrutinized by the Oputa Panel.

Will Shari's Law Curb Christianity? Christianity Today 44:24 October 23, 2000.

Williams, Adebayo. Confessions at the Gate of Hell. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 6:8-10 August 2000.
"Unable to manage itself or rule the nation properly, the political elite often invites a momentous intervention by a third force whose final solution may well prove too 'final' for the fragile fabric of the post-colonial nation state."

Williams, Adebayo. Reconciliation Postponed, Truth Deferred. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:20-21 March 2001.
Reviews the work of the Human Rights Violation Commission of Nigeria.

Williams, Adebayo. Remembering Shehu Yar'Adua. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:10-11 May 2001.
Memorializes Shehu Yar'Adua, who died in 1997 while in detention.

Williams, Adebayo. Riding out the Desert Storm. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:18-21 April 2001.
Muammar Qaddafi and Nigeria.

Williams, Adebayo. Transition Without Transformation. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:12-15 June 2001.
"Analysis of the first two years of the Obasanjo administration."

Woodward, Kenneth L. The Changing Face of the Church. Newsweek 137:46-52 April 16, 2001.
Includes Christianity in Nigeria


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