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2011: Challenging the State in Africa: MASSOB and the Crisis of Self-Determination in Nigeria (LIT Verlag: Munster. 216 pp).


Refereed Articles (Selected)

2006: “Contextualizing the Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons in Nigeria’s Niger Delta: Local and Global Intersections”, ASR, 15/2: 108-114.

2009: “Energy and Security in the Gulf of Guinea: A Nigerian Perspective”, South African Journal of Int'l Affairs,16/2: 245-264.

2011: “Contesting the Space: The ‘New Biafra’ and Ethno-Territorial Separatism in Southeastern Nigeria”, NEP17/4: 402-422.

2012: “Contemporary Igbo Nationalism and the Crisis of Self-Determination in Nigeria”, African Studies, Vol. 71, No. 1:29-51.

2012: “The Presence of the Past: Youth, Memory-Making and the Politics of Self-Determination in Southeastern Nigeria”, ERS, 36/12: 2182-2199.

2013: “The Fractured Multi-Ethnic State: Contemporary Igbo Quest for Self-Determination in Nigeria”, African Identities, 11/1: 19-32.

2013: “Cultural Interfaces of Self-Determination and the Rise of the Neo-Biafran Movement in Nigeria”, ROAPE, Vol. 40, No. 137: 428-446.

2014: “The Politics of ‘Hope’ and ‘Despair’: Generational Dimensions to Igbo Nationalism in Post- Civil War Nigeria”, ASR, 18/1: 2-26.

2015: Review Article, “Development and Diffusionism: Looking beyond neopatrimonialism in Nigeria, 1962–1985* Democracy in Nigeria: Thoughts and selected commentaries* The Jonathan presidency: The first year* Nigeria: Dancing on the brink”, African Affairs, 114/457: 649-654.

2016: “A ‘Rising Africa’ in a Resource-Rich Context: Change, Continuity and Implications for Development”, Current Sociology, 64/2: 277-292;

2016: “Shared Histories, Divided Memories: Mediating and Navigating the Tensions in Nigeria-Biafra War Discourses”, Africa Today, Vol. 63,

2018: “Bringing ‘Biafra’ Back In: Narrative, Identity and the Politics of Non-Reconciliation in Nigeria”, National Identities, 20/4: 379-399;

Occasional Papers/Working Papers (Peer Reviewed)

2008: Resources and Development: The Role of the State in Sub-Saharan Africa, Occasional Paper, No. 58, Institute for Global Dialogue, S/A. 41. pp.

2018: Memory, Reconciliation and Peacebuilding in Post-Civil War Southeastern Nigeria, APN Working Papers Series (No. 19).

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