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  • Area of Specialization: International Relations and History
  • Department of History and Intl Studies

  • Chukwuemeka Ojione Ojieh, is Professor of History and International Studies with the Department of History and International Studies, Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria. He headed the Department; 2011—2014 and 2017—2020. He received a PhD in International Relations, from University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria. He has published articles in refereed international (including SCOPUS indexed), and national journals as well as chapters in books. He is Article Reviewer and Editor to SAGE Open. His article, “Constraints to the Embrace of … (AGOA) by beneficiary African State”. Africa Insight, (42)1 (June 2012), 45-56, is on the reading lists of graduate courses in Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada @ and Boston University, Massachusetts, USA, @ He won the Delta State University Vice-Chancellor’s Commendation for the 1996/97 Academic Session in the Department of History. He was Best Lecturer in the Faculty of Arts 2017/2018 Session. He received a Certificate of Appreciation for chairing a panel session in The International Conference on the Changing World and Social Research I (ICWSR’2015) held in Vienna on August 25-28, 2015. Prof. Ojieh, is a Boundary Scholar to Delta State (Nigeria) Boundary Committee and member of Delta State Delegation on The Technical Committee on Delta and Edo States’ Boundary Dispute (December 2011 & September 2013). He is Secretary General, Ndokwa Neku Union (NNU), the apex socio-cultural organization of the Ukwuani people of Ndokwa Local Government Areas of Delta State, Nigeria.