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UZU: JOURNAL OF HISTORY AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES VOL. 3 NO. 1 DECEMBER, 2012

March 19, 2013

PUBLISHED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA.

ARTICLES

1.    TITLE: ‘AHIA ATTAAKIE’ AND ‘YAKAMBAYA’ : INTERROGATING THE MORAL DILEMMA AND THE ROLE OF OZUITEM-BENDE WOMEN IN THE WAR ECONOMY OF BIAFRA, 1967- 1970

AUTHOR: Prof. Victor Ukaogo

In this paper, the author using oral sources examines trans-border trade as a method and strategy of survival ingeniously devised and crafted by women in the Ozuitem-Bende axis to sustain their
respective families.

Click on the link to view the Abstract ‘Ahia Attaakie’ and ‘Yakambaya’

2.    TITLE: THE STRUGGLE OF THE MINORITIES: FROM AGITATION FOR MORE REGIONS/STATES TO OPPOSITION TO SECESSION, 1952-1967

AUTHOR: Okechukwu Edward Okeke, PhD

This paper is an analytical narrative of the struggle of minorities, from 1952 to 1967. Based on the narrative, several remarks on the national question today are made in the paper’s Conclusion

Click on the link to view the Abstract The Struggle of The Minorities:

3.    TITLE: DEMYSTIFYING JAPAN’S INDUSTRIAL AND ECONOMIC ‘MIRACLE’ OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

AUTHOR: Dr. Uchechukwu Igwe and Onuegbu, Festus Chibuike

Japan’s impressive and meteoric industrial rise since the end of the Second World War is the focus of this paper adopting diverse secondary sources and the thematic/multi-disciplinary historical approach in its analysis. It argues that Japan’s sustained industrial development was achieved due to the zeal and commitment of Japanese government and people to learn, which made its industrial development (although with Western assistance) exclusively Japanese in character.

Click on the link to view the Abstract DEMYSTIFYING JAPAN’S INDUSTRIAL AND ECONOMIC ‘MIRACLE’

4.   TITLE: CALMING A DISQUIETED STATE: PEACE ROLES OF THE INTERNATIONAL INTERVENTION IN BOSNIAN WAR (1991-1995)

AUTHOR: Chuka Enuka, PhD

The paper discusses the civil war between the Serbs and Yugoslav National Army on one side, and the Croats and Bosnia Muslims on the other hand, and the international intervention in the civil war.

Click on the link to view the Abstract Calming A Disquieted State

5.   TITLE: CAPITAL BUDGET OF NIGERIA, 1954-1966: AN ASSESSMENT OF ITS CONTRIBUTION TO INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

AUTHOR: Adetunji Ojo Ogunyemi, Ph.D

This study holds that the most significant cause of infrastructure deficits in Nigeria in the last fifty years was the lopsided devotion of the greatest proportion of government financial resources to consumption expenditure via the recurrent budget at the expense of capital expenditure and also establishes a connection between such an expenditure orientation and Nigeria’s colonial antecedent

Click on the link to view the Abstract Capital Budget of Nigeria, 1954-1966

6.    TITLE: ‘AGBA-ENU’ IDENTITY IN IGBO CULTURAL HISTORY: REFLECTIONS AND REMINSCENCES

AUTHOR:Ezeonwuka Innocent-Franklyn O.

This paper is an attempt to superbly discuss the synchronic culture history, views and antecedents of the ‘agbaenu’ Igbo stock; a way of life compassionately centered on human interests, peace and values.

Click on the link to view the Abstract ‘Agba-enu’ Identity in Igbo Cultural History

7.    TITLE: COLONIALISM/NEOCOLONIALISM, CAUSE OF AFRICA’S UNDERDEVELOPMENT: A SHOT IN THE WRONG DIRECTION

AUTHOR: Chidume, Chukwudi G

The object of this paper is to reflect on the impact of colonialism/noecolonialism on Africa.

Click on the link to view the Introduction Colonialism/Neocolonialism, Cause of Africa’s Underdevelopment

8.     TITLE: GLOBALIZATION AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: MILESTONES ON

NIGERIA’S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

AUTHOR: Mbalisi, Chinedu. N. and Amaechi, Chidi

This paper attempts to examine the nature and impact of globalization in Nigeria and the activities of MNCs in key areas of the economy.

Click on the link to view the Abstract Globalization and Developing Countries

9.    TITLE: THRESHOLD OF ETHNO-POLITICAL TWIST TO RELIGIOUS CONFLICT IN NIGERIA: IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

AUTHOR: Mbalisi, Chinedu. N.

This paper discusses the topical issues involved in the recent ethno-political conflict, prevalent amongst the diverse interest groups in Nigeria.

Click on the link to view the Abstract Threshold of Ethno-Political Twist to Religious Conflict in Nigeria

10.   TITLE: NATIONAL CHARACTER? ‘THE GREAT TRADITIONS’ AND THE TREATMENT OF SLAVES IN LATIN AMERICA TO 1888

AUTHOR: Dr. Paul Obiyo Mbanaso Njemanze

The aim of this paper to critically appraise the Tannenbaum thesis of the three forces of tradition in the context of the treatment of slaves in Latin America.

Click on the link to view the Abstract National Character?

11.  TITLE: THE ROLE OF NON-ALIGNED MOVEMENT IN CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT MANAGEMENT

AUTHOR: Ani, Kelechi Johnmary

This paper traces the historical origin of NAM and showed how the movement’s goal changed towards the agitation for a new international economic order as well as the need for the democratization of the United Nations Security Council after the cold war

Click on the link to view the Abstract The Role of Non-Aligned Movement in Contemporary International Conflict Management

12.  TITLE: IGBO TRADITIONAL POLITICAL SYSTEM; ITS RELEVANCE TO MODERN DEMOCRATIC PRACTICES

AUTHOR: Nwaubani Okechukwu O. Ph.D

This study reflected extensively on the underlying assumptions behind this thesis bearing in mind the historical milieu, nature and distinct sociopolitical roles of the various organizational Institutions such as the family, kindred, village, clan and town assemblies as well as age grades associations and secret societies respectively.

Click on the link to view the Abstract Igbo Traditional Political System

13   TITLE: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA, 1999 – 2012

AUTHOR: Ota, Ejitu Nnechi, PhD

This paper is an enquiry into the nature, causes, and manifestations of corruption in Nigeria as an excursion into the class structure of the Nigerian state.

Click on the link to view the Abstract The Political Economy of Corruption in Nigeria, 1999 – 2012

14.  TITLE: THE NEW AFRICAN HISTORIOGRAPHY AND PROBLEMS OF ORAL EVIDENCE

AUTHOR: Leo Nnoli, PhD

The purpose of this essay is to identify the problems involved with the methods of sourcing and processing oral data, suggesting ways of obviating these problems and applying the correct methods to achieve desired results in the new African historiography

Click on the link to view the Abstract The New African Historiography and Problems of Oral Evidence

15.TITLE: A STUDY OF TIV TRADE RELATIONS WITH THE BENUE VALLEY AREA AND UPPER CROSS RIVER REGION IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

AUTHOR: Terhemba Wuam, PhD

This paper examines the organization and trading patterns that existed between the Tiv and their neighbours in the period, 1850-1900.

Click on the link to view the Abstract A Study of Tiv Trade Relations with the Benue Valley Area….

16.  TITLE: HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF THE ORIGIN AND PRACTICE OF MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA

AUTHOR: Michael M. Ogbeidi, PhD

This paper seeks to examine the origin of management as an art and its introduction in Nigeria.

 Click on the link to view the Abstract Historical Overview of the Origin and Practice of Management in Nigeria

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